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Populist sentiments in the Dutch media

On Wednesday, May  7th we will hold a public seminar to present Tussen constructieve kritiek en vernietigend cynisme, our most recent publication from the project Nurturing populism? The impact of the media on the growth of populist right-wing parties in Netherlands, France and Finland. The event will take place from 3pm-5pm at Europe House in The Hague, Netherlands.

We will use our research findings to engage in a lively discussion on the role, responsibilities and potential contribution of the media and journalism towards political distrust.  Speakers include:

Co-authors of the report, Jiska Engelbert and Esther Audier, ERMeCC, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Yvonne Zonderop, freelance journalist and former deputy editor in chief of the Volkskrant (TBC)

 

The event is free of charge.

Download the report here.

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