List of Ministers of Education of the Netherlands

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Minister of Education, Culture and Science of the Netherlands
Minister van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap
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Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
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Minister of Education, Culture and Science Ingrid van Engelshoven
Incumbent
Ingrid van Engelshoven

since 26 October 2017
Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
Style His/Her Excellency
Member of Council of Ministers
Appointer Mark Rutte
as Prime Minister
Formation 17 February 1798; 220 years ago (1798-02-17)
First holder Theodorus van Kooten
(as Secretary of National Education)
Deputy Arie Slob
as Minister for
Primary and Secondary
Education and Media
Salary 157,287 (As of 2017)
(including 4,193 of expenses)
Website (in English) Minister of Education, Culture and Science
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The Minister of Education, Culture and Science (Dutch: Minister van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap) is the head of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and a member of the Cabinet of the Netherlands. The current Minister of Education, Culture and Science is Ingrid van Engelshoven of the Democrats 66, who has been in office since 26 October 2017.[1]

List of Ministers of Education

For full list, see List of Ministers of Education, Culture and Science of the Netherlands. (in Dutch)

Minister of Education,
Arts and Sciences
Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Johannes Theodoor de Visser Dr.
Johannes Theodoor
de Visser

(1857–1932)
25 September 1918 –
4 August 1925
Christian Historical Union Charles Ruijs de
Beerenbrouck

(Ruijs de Beerenbrouck III)
[2][3]
Victor Henri Rutgers Victor Henri Rutgers
(1877–1945)
4 August 1925 –
8 March 1926
Anti-Revolutionary Party Hendrikus Colijn
(Colijn I)
[4]
Marius Waszink Marius Waszink
(1881–1943)
8 March 1926 –
10 August 1929
Roman Catholic
State Party
Dirk Jan de Geer
(De Geer I)
[5]
Jan Terpstra Jan Terpstra
(1888–1952)
10 August 1929 –
26 May 1933
Anti-Revolutionary Party Charles Ruijs de
Beerenbrouck

(Ruijs de Beerenbrouck III)
[6]
Henri Marchant Henri Marchant
(1869–1956)
26 May 1933 –
18 May 1935
[Res]
Free-thinking
Democratic League
Hendrikus Colijn
(Colijn II)
[7]
Jan Rudolph Slotemaker de Bruïne Dr.
Jan Rudolph
Slotemaker de Bruïne

(also Minister of
Social Affairs
1935)

(1869–1941)
18 May 1935 –
25 July 1939
Christian Historical Union
Hendrikus Colijn
(Colijn IIIIV)
[8][9]
Bep Schrieke Dr.
Bep Schrieke
(1890–1945)
25 July 1939 –
10 August 1939
Independent
Liberal

(Classical Liberal)
Hendrikus Colijn
(Colijn V)
[10]
Gerrit Bolkestein Gerrit Bolkestein
(1871–1956)
10 August 1939 –
25 June 1945
Free-thinking
Democratic League
Dirk Jan de Geer
(De Geer II)
[11]
Pieter Sjoerds Gerbrandy
(Gerbrandy IIIIII)
[12][13]
Gerard van der Leeuw Dr.
Gerard van der Leeuw
(1898–1981)
25 June 1945 –
3 July 1946
Social Democratic
Workers' Party
Willem Schermerhorn
(Schermerhorn–Drees)
[14]
Labour Party
Jos Gielen Dr.
Jos Gielen
(1898–1981)
3 July 1946 –
7 August 1948
Catholic People's Party Louis Beel
(Beel I)
[15]
Theo Rutten Dr.
Theo Rutten
(1899–1980)
7 August 1948 –
2 September 1952
Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
(Drees–Van SchaikDrees I)
[16][17]
Jo Cals Jo Cals
(1914–1971)
2 September 1952 –
7 November 1961
[Note]
Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
(Drees IIIII)
[18][19]
Louis Beel
(Beel II)
[20]
Jan de Quay
(De Quay)
[21]
Marga Klompé Dr.
Marga Klompé
(Minister of Social Work)
(1912–1986)
7 November 1961 –
4 February 1962
[Ad interim]
Catholic People's Party
Jo Cals Jo Cals
(1914–1971)
4 February 1962 –
23 April 1963
[Note]
Catholic People's Party
Marga Klompé Dr.
Marga Klompé
(Minister of Social Work)
(1912–1986)
23 April 1963 –
24 July 1963
[Ad interim]
Catholic People's Party
Theo Bot Theo Bot
(1911–1984)
24 July 1963 –
14 April 1965
Catholic People's Party Victor Marijnen
(Marijnen)
[22]
Minister of Education
and Sciences
Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Isaäc Arend Diepenhorst Dr.
Isaäc Arend
Diepenhorst

(1916–2004)
14 April 1965 –
5 April 1967
Anti-Revolutionary Party Jo Cals
(Cals)
[23]
Jelle Zijlstra
(Zijlstra)
[24]
Gerard Veringa Dr.
Gerard Veringa
(1924–1999)
5 April 1967 –
6 July 1971
Catholic People's Party Piet de Jong
(De Jong)
[25]
Chris van Veen Chris van Veen
(1922–2009)
6 July 1971 –
11 May 1973
Christian Historical Union Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel III)
[26]
Jos van Kemenade Dr.
Jos van Kemenade
(born 1937)
11 May 1973 –
19 December 1977
Labour Party Joop den Uyl
(Den Uyl)
[27]
Arie Pais Dr.
Arie Pais
(born 1930)
19 December 1977 –
11 September 1981
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Dries van Agt
(Van Agt I)
[28]
Jos van Kemenade Dr.
Jos van Kemenade
(born 1937)
11 September 1981 –
29 May 1982
[Res]
Labour Party Dries van Agt
(Van Agt II)
[29]
Wim Deetman Wim Deetman
(born 1945)
29 May 1982 –
14 September 1989
[Appt]
Christian Democratic Appeal Dries van Agt
(Van Agt III)
[30]
Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers I)
[31]
Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers II)
[32]
Gerrit Braks Gerrit Braks
(Minister of Agriculture
and Fisheries
)

(1933–2017)
14 September 1989 –
7 November 1989
[Ad interim]
Christian Democratic Appeal
Jo Ritzen Dr.
Jo Ritzen
(born 1945)
7 November 1989 –
22 August 1994
Labour Party Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers III)
[33]
Minister of Education,
Culture and Science
Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Jo Ritzen Dr.
Jo Ritzen
(born 1945)
22 August 1994 –
3 August 1998
Labour Party Wim Kok
(Kok I)
[34]
Loek Hermans Loek Hermans
(born 1951)
3 August 1998 –
22 July 2002
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Wim Kok
(Kok II)
[35]
Maria van der Hoeven Maria van der Hoeven
(born 1949)
22 July 2002 –
22 February 2007
Christian Democratic Appeal Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende IIIIII)
[36][37][38]
Ronald Plasterk Dr.
Ronald Plasterk
(born 1957)
22 February 2007 –
23 February 2010
[Res]
Labour Party Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende IV)
[39]
André Rouvoet André Rouvoet
(also Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister for Youth Policy
and Family Policy
)

(born 1962)
23 February 2010 –
14 October 2010
Christian Union
Marja van Bijsterveldt Marja van Bijsterveldt
(born 1961)
14 October 2010 –
5 November 2012
Christian Democratic Appeal Mark Rutte
(Rutte I)
[40]
Jet Bussemaker Dr.
Jet Bussemaker
(born 1961)
5 November 2012 –
26 October 2017
Labour Party Mark Rutte
(Rutte II)
[41]
Ingrid van Engelshoven Ingrid van Engelshoven
(born 1966)
26 October 2017 –
Incumbent
Democrats 66 Mark Rutte
(Rutte III)
[42]
Source: (in Dutch) Kabinetten 1945-heden Parlement & Politiek
Res Resigned.
Ad interim Served ad interim.
Appt Appointment: Wim Deetman appointed Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Note Medical leave of absence.

Living former Ministers of Education

Minister of Education Term Age
Jos van Kemenade 1973–1977
1981–1982
(1937-03-06) 6 March 1937 (age 81)
Arie Pais 1977–1981 (1930-04-16) 16 April 1930 (age 88)
Wim Deetman 1982–1989 (1945-04-03) 3 April 1945 (age 73)
Jo Ritzen 1989–1998 (1945-10-03) 3 October 1945 (age 73)
Loek Hermans 1998–2002 (1951-04-23) 23 April 1951 (age 67)
Maria van der Hoeven 2002–2007 (1949-09-13) 13 September 1949 (age 69)
Ronald Plasterk 2007–2010 (1957-04-12) 12 April 1957 (age 61)
André Rouvoet 2010 (1962-01-04) 4 January 1962 (age 56)
Marja van Bijsterveldt 2010–2012 (1961-06-27) 27 June 1961 (age 57)
Jet Bussemaker 2012–2017 (1961-01-15) 15 January 1961 (age 57)

List of Ministers without Portfolio

Minister for Higher Education
and Science Policy
Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Mauk de Brauw Jonkheer
Mauk de Brauw
(1925–1984)
• Higher Education
• Science Policy
6 July 1971 –
21 July 1972
[Res]
Democratic
Socialists '70
Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel I)
[26]
Chris van Veen Chris van Veen
(also Minister of Education
and Sciences)

(1922–2009)
21 July 1972 –
11 May 1973
Christian Historical Union
Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel II)
[26]
Minister for Science Policy Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Boy Trip Boy Trip
(1921–1990)
• Science Policy 11 May 1973 –
19 December 1977
Political Party
of Radicals
Joop den Uyl
(Den Uyl)
[27]
Rinus Peijnenburg Rinus Peijnenburg
(1928–1979)
• Science Policy 19 December 1977 –
1 April 1979
[Died]
Catholic People's Party Dries van Agt
(Van Agt I)
[28]
Leendert Ginjaar Dr.
Leendert Ginjaar
(Minister of Health and
Environment
)

(1928–2003)
1 April 1979 –
3 May 1979
[Ad interim]
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Ton van Trier Dr.
Ton van Trier
(1926–1983)
3 May 1979 –
11 September 1981
Independent
Christian Democrat

(Catholic)
Catholic People's Party
Christian Democratic Appeal
Vacant
Minister for Primary and Secondary
Education and Media
Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Arie Slob Arie Slob
(born 1961)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
• Preschool
• Teacher Policy
• Media Affairs
26 October 2017 –
Incumbent
Christian Union Mark Rutte
(Rutte III)
[42]
Source: (in Dutch) Kabinetten 1945-heden Parlement & Politiek
Res Resigned.
Ad interim Served ad interim.
Died Died in office.

List of State Secretaries for Education

State Secretary for Education,
Arts and Sciences
Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Jo Cals Jo Cals
(1914–1971)
• Youth Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
15 March 1950 –
2 September 1952
Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
(Drees–Van SchaikDrees I)
[16][17]
Anna de Waal Dr.
Anna de Waal
(1906–1981)
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
2 February 1953 –
16 March 1957
[Res]
Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
(Drees II)
[18]
Willem Drees
(Drees III)
[19]
René Höppener René Höppener
(1903–1983)
• Youth Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
12 November 1956 –
19 May 1959
Catholic People's Party
Louis Beel
(Beel II)
[20]
Gerard Stubenrouch Gerard Stubenrouch
(1918–1962)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
16 June 1959 –
22 April 1962
[Died]
Catholic People's Party Jan de Quay
(De Quay)
[21]
Harry Janssen Dr.
Harry Janssen
(1910–1982)
4 June 1962 –
24 July 1963
Catholic People's Party
Ynso Scholten Ynso Scholten
(1918–1984)
• Youth Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
16 June 1959 –
24 July 1963
Christian Historical Union
Hans Grosheide Hans Grosheide
(born 1930)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
3 September 1963 –
14 April 1965
Anti-Revolutionary Party Victor Marijnen
(Marijnen)
[22]
Louis van de Laar Louis van de Laar
(1921–2004)
• Youth Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
24 October 1963 –
14 April 1965
Catholic People's Party
State Secretary for
Education and Sciences
Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Hans Grosheide Hans Grosheide
(born 1930)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Higher Education
• Special Education
14 April 1965 –
6 July 1971
Anti-Revolutionary Party Jo Cals
(Cals)
[23]
Jelle Zijlstra
(Zijlstra)
[24]
Piet de Jong
(De Jong)
[25]
Kees Schelfhout Kees Schelfhout
(1918–1983)
• Preschool
• Primary Education
• Special Education
28 July 1971 –
11 May 1973
Catholic People's Party Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel III)
[26]
Ger Klein Dr.
Ger Klein
(1925–1998)
• Higher Education 11 May 1973 –
8 September 1977
[Res]
Labour Party Joop den Uyl
(Den Uyl)
[27]
Antoon Veerman Dr.
Antoon Veerman
(1916–1993)
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
11 May 1973 –
1 September 1975
[Res]
Anti-Revolutionary Party
Klaas de Jong Klaas de Jong
(1926–2011)
1 September 1975 –
19 December 1977
Anti-Revolutionary Party
• Secondary Education 19 December 1977 –
11 September 1981
Dries van Agt
(Van Agt I)
[28]
Ad Hermes Ad Hermes
(1929–2002)
• Primary Education
• Teacher Policy
9 January 1978 –
29 May 1982
Catholic People's Party
Christian Democratic Appeal Dries van Agt
(Van Agt II)
[29]
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Teacher Policy
29 May 1982 –
4 November 1982
Dries van Agt
(Van Agt III)
[30]
Wim Deetman Wim Deetman
(born 1945)
• Secondary Education 11 September 1981 –
29 May 1982
[Appt]
Christian Democratic Appeal Dries van Agt
(Van Agt II)
[29]
Nell Ginjaar-Maas Nell Ginjaar-Maas
(1931–2012)
• Secondary Education
• Adult Education
5 November 1982 –
14 July 1986
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers I)
[31]
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Adult Education
14 July 1986 –
7 November 1989
Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers II)
[32]
Gerard van Leijenhorst Gerard van Leijenhorst
(1928–2001)
• Primary Education
• Teacher Policy
8 November 1982 –
14 July 1986
Christian Democratic Appeal Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers I)
[31]
Jacques Wallage Jacques Wallage
(born 1946)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
7 November 1989 –
9 June 1993
[Appt]
Labour Party Ruud Lubbers
(Lubbers III)
[33]
Roel in 't Veld Dr.
Roel in 't Veld
(born 1942)
• Secondary Education
• Higher Education
• Science Policy
9 June 1993 –
19 June 1993
[Res]
Labour Party
Job Cohen Dr.
Job Cohen
(born 1947)
• Higher Education
• Special Education
• Adult Education
• Science Policy
2 July 1993 –
22 August 1994
Labour Party
State Secretary for Education,
Culture and Science
Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Tineke Netelenbos Tineke Netelenbos
(born 1944)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
22 August 1994 –
3 August 1998
Labour Party Wim Kok
(Kok I)
[34]
Aad Nuis Aad Nuis
(1933–2007)
• Science Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
22 August 1994 –
3 August 1998
Democrats 66
Karin Adelmund Karin Adelmund
(1949–2005)
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Special Education
3 August 1998 –
22 July 2002
Labour Party Wim Kok
(Kok II)
[35]
Rick van der Ploeg Dr.
Rick van der Ploeg
(born 1956)
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
3 August 1998 –
22 July 2002
Labour Party
Annette Nijs Annette Nijs
(born 1961)
• Higher Education
• Adult Education
• Science Policy
22 July 2002 –
9 June 2004
[Res]
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende I)
[36]
Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende II)
[37]
Mark Rutte Mark Rutte
(born 1967)
17 June 2004 –
27 June 2006
[Res]
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Bruno Bruins Bruno Bruins
(born 1963)
29 June 2006 –
3 July 2006
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
• Higher Education
• Adult Education
• Science Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
3 July 2006 –
22 February 2007
Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende III)
[38]
Netherlands politic personality icon.svg Cees van Leeuwen
(born 1951)
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
22 July 2002 –
27 May 2003
Pim Fortuyn List Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende I)
[36]
Medy van der Laan Medy van der Laan
(born 1968)
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
27 May 2003 –
3 July 2006
[Res]
Democrats 66 Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende II)
[37]
Marja van Bijsterveldt Marja van Bijsterveldt
(born 1961)
• Secondary Education
• Adult Education
• Teacher Policy
22 February 2007 –
23 February 2010
Christian Democratic Appeal Jan Peter Balkenende
(Balkenende IV)
[39]
• Preschool
• Primary Education
• Secondary Education
• Higher Education
• Special Education
• Adult Education
• Science Policy
• Teacher Policy
• Equality
• Emancipation
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
23 February 2010 –
14 October 2010
Sharon Dijksma Sharon Dijksma
(born 1971)
• Preschool
• Primary Education
• Special Education
22 February 2007 –
23 February 2010
[Res]
Labour Party
Halbe Zijlstra Halbe Zijlstra
(born 1969)
• Higher Education
• Teacher Policy
• Science Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
14 October 2010 –
5 November 2012
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Mark Rutte
(Rutte I)
[40]
Sander Dekker Sander Dekker
(born 1975)
• Higher Education
• Teacher Policy
• Science Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
5 November 2012 –
26 October 2017
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Mark Rutte
(Rutte II)
[41]
Vacant
Source: (in Dutch) Kabinetten 1945-heden Parlement & Politiek
Res Resigned.
Appt Appointment: Wim Deetman appointed Minister of Education and Sciences; Jacques Wallage appointed State Secretary for Social Affairs and Employment.
Died Died in office.

Living former State Secretaries for Education

State Secretary for Education Term Age
Hans Grosheide 1963–1971 (1930-08-06) 6 August 1930 (age 88)
Wim Deetman 1981–1982 (1945-04-03) 3 April 1945 (age 73)
Jacques Wallage 1989–1993 (1946-09-27) 27 September 1946 (age 72)
Roel in 't Veld 1993 (1942-07-20) 20 July 1942 (age 76)
Job Cohen 1993–1994 (1947-10-18) 18 October 1947 (age 71)
Tineke Netelenbos 1994–1998 (1944-02-15) 15 February 1944 (age 74)
Rick van der Ploeg 1998–2002 (1956-04-28) 28 April 1956 (age 62)
Annette Nijs 2002–2004 (1961-12-16) 16 December 1961 (age 56)
Cees van Leeuwen 2002–2003 (1951-04-29) 29 April 1951 (age 67)
Medy van der Laan 2003–2006 (1968-09-14) 14 September 1968 (age 50)
Mark Rutte 2004–2006 (1967-02-14) 14 February 1967 (age 51)
Bruno Bruins 2006–2007 (1963-07-10) 10 July 1963 (age 55)
Marja van Bijsterveldt 2007–2010 (1961-06-27) 27 June 1961 (age 57)
Sharon Dijksma 2007–2010 (1971-04-16) 16 April 1971 (age 47)
Halbe Zijlstra 2010–2012 (1969-01-21) 21 January 1969 (age 49)
Sander Dekker 2012–2007 (1975-02-09) 9 February 1975 (age 43)


List of Ministers of Social Work

Minister of Social Work Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Louis Beel Dr.
Louis Beel
(Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of the Interior)

(1902–1977)
2 September 1952 –
9 September 1952
[Ad interim]
Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
(Drees II)
[18]
Frans-Jozef van Thiel Frans-Jozef van Thiel
(1906–1993)
9 September 1952 –
13 October 1956
Catholic People's Party
Marga Klompé Dr.
Marga Klompé
(1912–1986)
13 October 1956 –
24 July 1963
Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
(Drees III)
[19]
Louis Beel
(Beel II)
[20]
Jan de Quay
(De Quay)
[21]
Jo Schouwenaar-Franssen Jo Schouwenaar-Franssen
(1909–1995)
24 July 1963 –
14 April 1965
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Victor Marijnen
(Marijnen)
[22]
Minister of Culture, Recreation
and Social Work
Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Maarten Vrolijk Maarten Vrolijk
(1919–1994)
14 April 1965 –
22 November 1966
Labour Party Jo Cals
(Cals)
[23]
Marga Klompé Dr.
Marga Klompé
(1912–1986)
22 November 1966 –
6 July 1971
Catholic People's Party Jelle Zijlstra
(Zijlstra)
[24]
Piet de Jong
(De Jong)
[25]
Piet Engels Piet Engels
(1922–2009)
6 July 1971 –
11 May 1973
Catholic People's Party Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel III)
[26]
Harry van Doorn Harry van Doorn
(1915–1992)
11 May 1973 –
19 December 1977
Political Party
of Radicals
Joop den Uyl
(Den Uyl)
[27]
Til Gardeniers-Berendsen Til Gardeniers-Berendsen
(born 1925)
19 December 1977 –
11 September 1981
Catholic People's Party Dries van Agt
(Van Agt I)
[28]
Christian Democratic Appeal
André van der Louw André van der Louw
(1933–2005)
11 September 1981 –
29 May 1982
[Res]
Labour Party Dries van Agt
(Van Agt II)
[29]
Hans de Boer Hans de Boer
(born 1937)
29 May 1982 –
4 November 1982
Christian Democratic Appeal Dries van Agt
(Van Agt III)
[30]
Office merged with the Minister of Health and
Environmental Hygiene as Minister of Welfare,
Health and Culture
Source: (in Dutch) Kabinetten 1945-heden Parlement & Politiek
Res Resigned.
Ad interim Ad interim.

Living former Ministers of Social Work

Minister of Social Work Term Age
Til Gardeniers-Berendsen 1977–1981 (1925-02-18) 18 February 1925 (age 93)
Hans de Boer 1982 (1937-05-30) 30 May 1937 (age 81)

List of State Secretaries for Social Work

State Secretary for Culture,
Recreation and Social Work
Portfolio Term of office Party Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Cees Egas Cees Egas
(1913–2001)
• Youth Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
10 May 1965 –
22 November 1966
Labour Party Jo Cals
(Cals)
[23]
Vacant
Hein van de Poel Hein van de Poel
(1915–1993)
• Unemployment Affairs
• Social Services
• Youth Policy
• Poverty Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
29 May 1967 –
6 July 1971
Catholic People's Party Piet de Jong
(De Jong)
[25]
Fia van Veenendaal-van Meggelen Fia van Veenendaal-
van Meggelen

(1918–2005)
• Unemployment Affairs
• Social Services
• Poverty Policy
28 July 1971 –
21 July 1972
[Res]
Democratic
Socialists '70
Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel I)
[26]
Henk Vonhoff Henk Vonhoff
(1931–2010)
• Youth Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
28 July 1971 –
23 April 1973
[Res]
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
• Unemployment Affairs
• Social Services
• Youth Policy
• Poverty Policy
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
Barend Biesheuvel
(Biesheuvel II)
[26]
Wim Meijer Wim Meijer
(born 1939)
• Unemployment Affairs
• Social Services
• Youth Policy
• Poverty Policy
• Nature Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
11 May 1973 –
8 September 1977
[Res]
Labour Party Joop den Uyl
(Den Uyl)
[27]
Jeltien Kraaijeveld-Wouters Jeltien Kraaijeveld-Wouters
(born 1932)
• Unemployment Affairs
• Poverty Policy
• Equality
• Emancipation
28 December 1977 –
9 September 1981
[Res]
Anti-Revolutionary Party Dries van Agt
(Van Agt I)
[28]
Christian Democratic Appeal
Gerard Wallis de Vries Gerard Wallis de Vries
(1936–2018)
• Social Services
• Environmental Policy
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
4 January 1978 –
11 September 1981
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Hans de Boer Hans de Boer
(born 1937)
• Social Services
• Nature Policy
• Media Affairs
• Culture Policy
• Arts Policy
• Recreation Affairs
• Sport
11 September 1981 –
29 May 1982
[Appt]
Christian Democratic Appeal Dries van Agt
(Van Agt II)
[29]
Office discontinued
Source: (in Dutch) Kabinetten 1945-heden Parlement & Politiek
Res Resigned.
Appt Appointment: Hans de Boer appointed Minister of Culture, Recreation and Social Work.

Living former State Secretaries of Social Work

State Secretary of Social Work Term Age
Wim Meijer 1973–1977 (1939-08-16) 16 August 1939 (age 79)
Jeltien Kraaijeveld-Wouters 1977–1981 (1932-11-04) 4 November 1932 (age 86)
Hans de Boer 1981–1982 (1937-05-30) 30 May 1937 (age 81)

See also

References

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