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AppendixEquity or Equality? Tenth Anniversary of the Prince Claus Chair

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On 28 November, 'The Broker' attended an exclusive meeting of the Prince Claus Chair in Development and Equity, chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Máxima of the Netherlands. The meeting took place at Paleis Noordeinde in The Hague. On this day, the Prince Claus Chair celebrated its tenth anniversary. The Prince Claus Chair aims to continue the work of Prince Claus on equity and development. They indicate two areas of thinking that have guided the academic work of the ten professors from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and the Pacific who have held this chair so far. Equity and equality, two words that were used during the discussions and presentations at this tenth anniversary seminar, appear at first sight to be interchangeable. However, there is a difference. The difference lies in the more 'political' connotation of the word equality (or inequality).

Keywords: Netherlands; Paleis Noordeinde; Prince Claus Chair; Princess Máxima



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