Synonyms for jeltje or Related words with jeltje


Examples of "jeltje"
Jeltje de Bosch Kemper (28 April 1836, Amsterdam - 16 February 1916, Amsterdam) was a Dutch feminist.
Alcuin Schulten (born 1972) is a Dutch former figure skater. He competed for the Netherlands in men's singles and in pair skating with his sister Jeltje Schulten.
In 2002, Weisglas was elected President of the House, after Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven of the Labour Party stepped down. He was the first President of the House to be elected and re-elected (2003) by a democratic vote among parliamentarians.
She was a member of the Kemper noble family, daughter of and Maria Aletta Hulshoff (not the author Maria Hulshoff) and younger sister of the suffragist Jeltje de Bosch Kemper. , then Mennonite pastor at Amsterdam, baptised her in 1861.
Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven (born 2 August 1943 in Noordwolde) is a Dutch politician. She was a member of the House of Representatives for over 20 years for the social-democratic PvdA, and its chair for four years.
The 2002 Labour Party leadership election was called to elect the new Leader of the Labour Party after incumbent Ad Melkert announced his retirement from national politics. Wouter Bos the former Undersecretary for Finance beat the former Speaker of the House of Representatives Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven, former Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Klaas de Vries and public administration professor Jouke de Vries.
Melkert's PvdA lost nearly half its seats, decreasing from 45 to 23 in the 150 seat House of Representatives. The party fell from 1st to 4th place. Ad Melkert resigned as political leader on election night and was replaced by former speaker of the House of Representatives, Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven. Melkert remained in parliament for a short time afterwards. His last major parliamentary debate was on the state of the European Union.
After the fall of the first Balkenende cabinet Bos was elected top candidate for the following elections and "de facto" leader of the PvdA in the 2002 PvdA leadership election by 60% of the voting party members. He immediately became the chairman of the parliamentary party, succeeding Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven, and leaving her, Klaas de Vries and Jouke de Vries behind him by a 30% margin.
On December 6, 2006 she was elected President of the House of Representatives, beating ministers Maria van der Hoeven of the Christian Democratic Appeal and Henk Kamp of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy. She is the second female president (after Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven) and the second president elected in open elections (after Frans Weisglas). Verbeet was reelected as President of the House of Representatives on June 22, 2010, after the general elections of June 9, 2010.
Jeltje de Nieuwenhoven wrote a report during her function as OV (public transport) ambassador called "The OV-chipcard, the Traveler and Confidence" which concluded "many travelers are not very concerned about privacy; it's only an issue when the media makes an issue of it. However a small amount privacy is important". De Winter found that these statements, other statements and recommendations in this report were not substantiated and so sent a WOB request in order to gain an understanding of the data on which these claims are based. De Nieuwenhoven rejected this application. De Winter presented this to court. The OV-chipcard/MIFARE uses 48-bit encryption and offers no modern security features.
She began to concentrate on the education of young women in 1867, and to further that purpose moved in 1880 from Amsterdam to Amersfoort, where she opened her house as a school to educate all classes of young women for free. She and her sister Jeltje both championed women's rights, though Freule kept these ideas within her own circle. She bequeathed her stately home to become an old people's home and her other property to be administered by Mennonite directors for the improvement of women's material condition, as the "Christine-Stichting Foundation".
Rombertus was born at Bergum. He studied law at the Catholic University of Leuven or Heidelberg and graduated in the year 1578. In this same year, he became a lawyer in Leeuwarden. He married Siuckien Ulckedr Aessinga (or Sjoukje Osinga) and probably had three sons and four daughters: Jeltje, Romke, Ulke, Antje, Edzert, Hiskje (= Hiskia) and Saakje (= Saskia). With a career constantly on the rise, he became a pensionaris and mayor of Leeuwarden. He was also chosen in 1584 as a delegate of the states of Friesland and one of the Frisian envoys in the Hague. Because votes were per region, the number of delegates made no difference.
Books published include Michele Seminara, David Gilbey, Mark Roberts, Lauren Williams, Christine Townend, Jeltje Fanoy, Roberta Lowing, John Watson, Susan Adams, David Musgrave, Barbara De Franceschi, Lizz Murphy, Leith Morton, Philip Hammial, Rae Desmond Jones, Barbara De Francheschi, Les Wicks, David Brooks, Lizz Murphy, Jutta Sieverding, Martin Langford, Leith Morton, Carolyn Gerrish, Rob Reil, Barbara Petrie, Marcelle Freiman, Adam Aitken, J S Harry, Anthony Mannix, Denis Gallagher, John Tranter, Kris Hemensley, Andrew Taylor, Philip Roberts, Ken Bolton, Michael Witts, Keith Shadwick, Andrew Huntley, Robert Adamson, Martin Johnston and Kevin Gilbert.
The PvdA was expected to perform very well in the 2002 general election. Kok left politics leaving the leadership of the party to his preferred successor Ad Melkert. But the political rise of Pim Fortuyn frustrated these hopes. The PvdA lost the 2002 elections, and the party's parliamentary representation fell from 45 seats to 23. The loss was blamed on the uncharismatic new leader Melkert, the perceived arrogance of the PvdA and the inability to answer to the right-wing populist issues Fortuyn raised, especially immigration and integration. Melkert resigned as party leader and was replaced by Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven. The PvdA was kept out of cabinet. The government formed by CDA, VVD and the Pim Fortuyn List (LPF) fell after a very short period.
Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven was born in Noordwolde in the Frisian municipality of Weststellingwerf. Her father was a carpenter. She went to a public elementary school in Noordwolde. After obtaining her MULO, specializing in the arts, she studied to become librarian. Between 1960 and 1979 she was librarian. First for the local library in Wolvega and the provincial library of Friesland, but in 1966 she began to work at the Institute for the History of Art of the University of Utrecht. In the mean time she had become a member of the PvdA. In 1974 she became librarian at the scientific foundation of the PvdA, the Wiardi Beckman Foundation. She also became treasurer of the Vinkeveen branch of the party. In 1976 she joined the political working group of the women's movement within the PvdA, the Red Women (Rooie Vrouwen). In 1978 she was elected to the local legislative in Vinkeveen and she immediately became a member of the local executive. In 1979 she became personal assistant to the chairman of the PvdA, Max van den Berg.
Brenno de Winter (born 6 December 1971 in Ede) is a Dutch ICT and investigative journalist. He writes for Linux Magazine, Computer!Totaal, and Webwereld and is a commenter for the "PowNews" programme on PowNed TV. Brenno is also a podcaster and hosts "Laura Speaks Dutch". He caused controversy by submitting requests for information on the basis of the Open Government Act (WOB) to include Jeltje van Nieuwenhoven (regarding her role as OV ambassador) and hundreds WOB requests to all Dutch municipalities and provinces. Because not all agencies fulfilled the WOB requests, de Winter filed lawsuits against them. The Dutch Association of Journalists (NEY) supported de Winter. In the decision of the Hague court on 4 May 2010, de Winter's favor, which is not confirmed that municipalities may levy fees for the appeal to the WOB. In April 2010, de Winter was involved in the disclosure of the expenditure of the FENS funds (1.3 billion euros) by the NS. After the publications and media appearances] of de Winter related to the ease and simplicity of the "OV-chipkaart", the public transport smart card in the Netherlands, the Minister of Infrastructure and Environment was able to get the NVB in Haaglanden about a one-month postponement. Due to the disclosure the District Attorney decided to open a criminal investigation against de Winter; however, after a legal defense fund met its goals within an hour. The Journalist magazine Villamedia has named Brenno de Winter as the journalist of the year 2011. In July 2012 de Winter broke a new story about Dutch employer censorship after an employee of Unisys Netherlands was threatened with termination for giving a presentation about online censorship for the conference Last H.O.P.E., New York, USA In September 2012 de Winter released a video and accompanying news story of how he was able to use an obvious fake identification to gain access to numerous Netherlands and European government offices: The European Parliament, four Dutch Ministries among which the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of the Interior, The Dutch Secret Service, The Dutch Telecom Regulator OPTA, The Dutch National Cyber Security Center, The Royal Palace, The Dutch National Police, The Police Department of The Hague and Brabant Zuid-Oost. De Winter purchased the obvious fake ID at the 28C3 Chaos Computer Club Congress in 2011 where he was the conference closing speaker.