Kennisnetwerk Krimp Noord-Nederland (KKNN) (External organisation)

Activity: MembershipMembership of network


The KKNN is a network built by 1500 professionals, students, officials, researchers, entrepreneurs, civil servants and civilians discussing and researching topics affiliated to the central theme of population decline. It has specialized itself in the transfer of knowledge and information through so called 'Krimpcafé's' and expertmeetings. Apart from that it has its own researchagenda and is partner in the Dutch netwerk on Population Decline. It is financed by Hanzehogeschool Groningen, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and the three northern provinces Drenthe, Friesland and Groningen. The projectleader is Elly van der Klauw.
Period2016 - 2019
Held atKennisnetwerk Krimp Noord-Nederland (KKNN), Netherlands
Degree of RecognitionRegional


  • population decline
  • livability
  • exchange of knowledge
  • networks