Museon-Omniversum motivates its visitors to adopt an active attitude as global citizens. By inspiring and enthusing to treat our planet with respect and improve it. We share the adventure of searching for solutions to make the world a better place.
From our fascination and love for the earth, we use our programming, knowledge and network to put major global challenges on the agenda and to provide concrete action perspectives for as many people as possible. In doing so, we start from the idea that everything is connected: We are One Planet!
With 'One Planet' as our theme, we work together with the public, schools, government and business to realize a more sustainable future. We will do this by inspiring, learning from each other and working together. We call on everyone to join the One Planet philosophy of Museon-Omniversum and help protect our beautiful planet and everything that lives on it.
In our museum and large-screen movie theater, we show how beautiful and special our planet is: We marvel at our beautiful earth and the interconnectedness of everything. Based in part on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, we interpret the challenges we face together. We are also a platform for all kinds of exciting innovations and initiatives being developed as action perspectives for a better future.
The 17 Global Goals
The United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals, to make the world a better place by 2030, are the foundation. These Global Goals are our framework to tell stories about climate resilience and energy transition, among others. From dealing with water to economic opportunities for all. From reducing inequality to protecting life in ecosystems. And from food security to making cities resilient and future-proof.
From challenges to solutions
With these 17 Global Goals, Museon-Omniversum shows a perspective for the near future. The stories focus on the urgency and topicality of the themes mentioned. They show the challenges as well as the solutions. The stories show the global challenge facing our society. In an appealing, inspiring and challenging way. With these 17 goals, Museon-Omniversum shows a perspective for the near future. The stories focus on the urgency and topicality of the themes mentioned. They show the challenges as well as the solutions. The stories show the global challenge facing our society. In an appealing, inspiring and challenging way.
Management team Museon-Omniversum
Museon-Omniversum consists of the departments of Management, Education/Programming/Collection, Public Affairs, Finance/ICT, Facilities/Productions and Marketing/Communication/Sales. The management team consists of the general manager, the commercial director and the heads of the departments. This team is responsible for day-to-day management. Museon-Omniversum has 95 (part-time) permanent or temporary employees.
Policy plan and annual report of Museon-Omniversum
Every four years Museon-Omniversum publishes a policy plan, in which it formulates its plans and how it intends to realize them. In an annual report Museon-Omniversum reports on its activities in the calendar year concerned. It also contains the annual financial figures.
Code of conduct
All registered museums in the Netherlands endorse and implement the Code of Ethics of ICOM (International Council of Museums). In addition, the Management Board and the Supervisory Board of Museon-Omniversum apply the Governance Code Culture 2019 which is incorporated in the Supervisory Board Regulations.
For all positions in Museon-Omniversum a VOG (Certificate of Good Conduct) is mandatory. In addition, we adhere to established guidelines on protection against sexual exploitation and sexual abuse aimed at visitors – especially children and minors – as well as our own staff, part-timers, interns, and freelance employees.