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1 Experience eMerge Americas

Van 2-6 mei vindt in Miami eMerge Americas plaats. eMerge Americas is een evenement/catalysator waarin drie dagen lang de gehele ‘tech’ gemeenschap uit de Americas - dus zowel Noord als Zuid – samenkomt. De ‘tech’ focus zal met name liggen op ontwikkelingen in de gezondheidszorg, financiële sector, media, entertainment, onderwijs, overheid en handel.

2 Netherlands, S. Florida to Continue Partnering on Water Management

West Palm Beach, Fla. - Dutch officials and the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) entered into an agreement to continue a long-term collaboration on water resource issues.

3 TEDxBinnenhof 2014 Viewing Party Highlights Dutch Ideas Worth Spreading

The Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Miami held a live viewing party of TEDxBinnenhof 2014 on March 31, followed by a presentation by designer and entrepreneur Barbara de Vries.

4 Dutch delegation Tops Off Succesful Year at Cruise Shipping Miami

The annual cruise industry convention, Cruise Shipping Miami, took place at the convention Center on Miami Beach March 10-13. A delegation of nine companies from the Netherlands was present, marking another successful year for Dutch companies in the industry.

5 Countries Take Major Step Toward a Safer World at Nuclear Security Summit

The world is becoming a safer place. During the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS 2014) in The Hague, 58 world leaders made concrete agreements to prevent terrorists getting their hands on nuclear material that could be used to make a nuclear weapon. This will further reduce the threat of a nuclear attack.

6 Two-thirds of NSS Countries Agree at Summit to Enact Nuclear Security Laws

Teams of international experts will evaluate the effectiveness of individual countries’ nuclear security measures, and international guidelines on the protection of nuclear materials will be translated into national legislation. Thirty-five countries pledged at the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS2014) in The Hague to participate in this initiative.

7 Prime Minister Mark Rutte: ‘Satisfied with first day of NSS’

Speaking after the first day of the Nuclear Security Summit, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said: "It was a good first day. As chairman of this NSS I’m very satisfied. This is only the halfway point, but I’m convinced we’ll be able to continue in the same excellent atmosphere tomorrow."

8 Prime Minister Rutte, President Obama Discuss Shared History, Future Vision

Prime Minister Mark Rutte met President Barack Obama at the Rijksmuseum earlier today, just hours before the beginning of the Nuclear Security Summit.

9 Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on NSS 2014: ‘Making the world a bit safer’

With just hours to go before the Nuclear Security Summit begins in The Hague, Prime Minister Mark Rutte is looking forward to a successful event. The Netherlands, he says, is ready for the start of the largest summit ever held here.

10 Q&A on President Obama’s Visit to the Hague for the Nuclear Security Summit

Government leaders from 53 countries will meet in the Hague March 24-25 for the Nuclear Security Summit to discuss the next steps in securing nuclear material around the world.