HCSS in the media

Han ten Broeke bij BNR: Privacy inleveren om een virus te bestrijden?

April 2nd 2020 - 16:02
BNR De Wereld

Landen als Singapore, Taiwan en Israël namen al heel snel ingrijpende maatregelen om het coronavirus te bestrijden. Grenzen dicht, lock-down, maar wel met methoden die op zijn minst omstreden zijn vanwege mogelijke privacyschedning. Bij ons ongehoord, maar toch komen we er niet omheen om er een voorbeeld aan te nemen. Dat stelt Han ten Broeke, directeur politieke zaken van HCSS, in gesprek met Bernard Hammelburg bij BNR De Wereld.

Luister het hele gesprek hier terug (vanaf 34min.30).

Lees ook ons nieuwe rapport hierover, Pandemic Mitigation in the Digital Age

Han ten Broeke is Director of Political Affairs for HCSS. A staunch advocate of public ideals, he served four terms as a member of the Dutch House of Representatives for the leading conservative liberal VVD political party. He held post as the senior member of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and acted as Chair of the Armed Services Committee. Furthermore, he led the Dutch delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Prior to which, he was the VVD’s ranking member on Defence and EU affairs. Han ten Broeke believes in the power of ever-present potential as an indispensible instrument towards a better, more sustainable future. Clear, unambiguous use of language in both his native Dutch and fluent English has furnished him with persuasive, emotive deliveries before both the media and audiences of varying cultures, and from all walks of life. Ten Broeke holds a Master’s degree in Political Science and International Relations from Leiden University, the Netherlands. He is also Chairman of the Board of BOVAG.