5th Project Meeting

19 Sep 2012
21 Sep 2012

This fall, the plenary meetings of both the MOLTO and Monnet project will be organized in the week of 17-21 September in Utrecht, the Netherlands. We would like to invite you to your project’s plenary meeting and the joint Wednesday, when there will be the possibility for the projects to collaborate and meet public sector representatives that are interested in our research.

Program Overview


Volksuniversiteit Utrecht

Map of Volksuniversiteit Utrecht, Nieuwegracht 41, Utrecht

and at the Office of Immigration and Naturalisation Service in Utrecht for the Joint Day.

Get-together diner Molto-Monnet

A email announcing the Get-together diner was sent earlier. Now we have a location and a time.

Restaurant Broers on Google Maps

Date : Tuesday, September 18th

Time : 19:00


Attendance is free of charge but funded separately for both projects. Please signup for your project's meeting at:

Local Arrangements in Utrecht

Getting to Utrecht

By car: From the Ring Utrecht follow the signs to centrum into the city center. You will then automatically enter the city via the main roads. It is wise to follow the main roads as long as possible. This is faster than driving through neighborhoods and residential areas. The parking places are indicated near by the center.

By train: The station area is undergoing a ‘facelift’ with the ultimate goal to combine the station and the old city centre. Inconvenience is limited as much as possible and Utrecht remains easily accessible.

Stop trains and intercity trains have one thing in common. In Utrecht all trains stop! No hassle with parking and within walking distance from the city centre. Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport are just 30 minutes by train; Rotterdam and The Hague at 45 minutes. Daily international trains from and to Brussels (2 hours), Cologne (2.5 hours) and Paris (3,5 hours). For more info, consult www.ns.nl or www.nshighspeed.nl.

Getting around Utrecht

By bus or tram: The inner city of Utrecht is best reached by public transport. You simply take the tram, bus, (train) taxi or rent a bicycle at the station. City buses are entering the centre from all directions. From the area of Nieuwegein and IJsselstein, trams run frequently. An extensive network of city buses ensures that every district is easily accessible.

Current information buses: www.gvu.nl, www.connexxion.nl, and www.9292ov.nl.

By bike: The easiest way of getting around in Utrecht is by bike. You can rent a bike for €8,- per day at the Tourist information office, the VVV.


The following is a list of suggested hotels:

Night Guide

From top to bottom : from mainstream to underground. Have a nice time!


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