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Because of increased interest, today’s agenda-setting meeting will be moved from CREA to REC C 1.04 to enable more people to attend. The meeting is meant table subjects for discussion with the Executive Board.

The agenda-setting meeting, to be organised by the Central Student Council (CSR) in collaboration with the ASVA student union, will take place between 17:00 and 19:00 and will give students and staff the opportunity to table topics. These will be used by the CSR and Central Works Council (COR) to finalise the agenda for the weekly meetings with the Executive Board, the first of which will take place on Monday, 2 March.


To allow more people to give input, it has been decided to move today’s meeting to a larger hall on the Roeterseiland Campus, REC C 1.04.

Huub Dijstelbloem, initiator of the Science in Transition movement and professor of Philosophy of Science and Politics, will act as moderator during the meeting on 26 February, which will also be attended by the Executive Board. Dijstelbloem will also preside over the discussions between the Executive Board, representative bodies, students and staff on Monday, 2 March.

Practical information

The agenda-setting meeting will take place on Thursday, 26 February from 17:00 in the CREA Muziekzaal (Music Hall), Nieuwe Achtergracht 170, Amsterdam. The weekly meeting will start on Monday, 2 March from 13:30 to 14:30 and will also be held in the CREA Muziekzaal. The meetings are meant for all UvA students and staff.


If you are unable to attend, you may send your ideas to the Central Works Council ( or Central Student Council (