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Rotterdamsch Leeskabinet
A view of the first floor of the Leeskabinet alcove as seen from the stairs with a view on the bookshelves

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ANBI details of the Rotterdamsch Leeskabinet Association


Rotterdamsch Leeskabinet

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Contact information:

Rotterdamsch Leeskabinet

drs. R. Koot (librarian)

Burgemeester Oudlaan 50

3062 PA  Rotterdam

phone. 010-4081214



mr. H.E.M. (Hen) Vrolijk (chairperson)

prof. dr. C.W.A.M. (Kees) van Paridon (secretary)

H.W. (Hans) Cool, MA (treasurer)

dr. T.R. (Tjaard) Barnard 

mr. E.W. (Willemijn) van Blommestijn

C.L. (Cuna-Laura) Duin

dhr. B. (Bas) Kwakman

drs. K (Korrie) Louwes

mr. J. (Johannes) de Muinck Keizer   

Policy plan:

On May 22, 2019, the annual general meeting adopted the policy plan 2019-2024. Read this plan (Dutch language).

Remuneration policy:

The board members are unpaid. The association does not employ its own staff. Personnel for the Leeskabinet is provided by staff appointed by Erasmus University.


The Leeskabinet maintains a large (academic) collection of books and journals in Rotterdam, and thus offers literary diversion and scientific, cultural and social information. Besides maintaining this collection, the Leeskabinet organises lectures and activities. The Leeskabinet focuses on both the staff and students of Erasmus University and the members of the Rotterdamsch Leeskabinet Association.

Annual report:       

Every year, the activities are described in the annual report. This is adopted in the annual general meeting (around April/May). Read the last approved (Dutch language) report. The current activities are in line with the activities described in this last annual report. Read the penultimate annual report and the preceding annual report (all Dutch language).

Financial accounting:

Every year, the financial statement is adopted in the General Members' Meeting (around April/May). Read the last approved (Dutch language) financial statement. Read the penultimate financial statement and the preceding financial statement (all Dutch language).

For an abbreviated financial statement and for the explanation to the financial statements, see the annual report sub finances.



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