PROUD S.A. aims at creating a safe and supportive environment for members of the LGBTQ+ Community. The goal of PROUD S.A. is to create a platform of discussion with regard to topics related to the LGBTQ+ Community. This will be done by holding (bi-)weekly meetings in which both events and issues relating to LGBTQ+ will be discussed.


PROUD S.A. has a strict privacy policy regarding social media and the confidentiality of the meetings. Students who wish to join the student association are required to read and sign the privacy statement (can be found in Annex I). A breach of the privacy policy will result in a ban from all activities of PROUD S.A. Furthermore, the student in question will be forced to give up his/her/their membership.

PROUD S.A. will never post any information (pictures, videos, names, etc. (non-exhaustive list) about a student on any given social media platform without that student’s prior consent.


Any form of bullying, discrimination, sexual intimidation, violence, and other unwanted behaviors, will be reported to the confidential advisor (or Miss. Bruijn) and/or the student counselor. A student who wants to report such behavior as mentioned in the first sentence of this paragraph can report this to one of the members of the board. In case the student does not want to make an official complained this can be reported by one of the board members

PROUD S.A. welcomes all students regardless of sex, race, color, language, religion, political or other opinions, national or social origin, association with a national minority, property, birth or other statuses. Discrimination within PROUD S.A. will not be tolerated at all.


The Board of PROUD S.A. consists of students who study in higher education in The Hague. The board will consist of no more than 6 members including at least one Dutch native speaker, for o.a organizational purposes.

The following Board positions are mandatory: President, Secretary, Head of Events and Head of Marketing.

The Board will vote on important matters if necessary the current president gets veto power