DHBenelux 2018 will be held at the International Institute for Social History (IISH) in Amsterdam. Officially established in 1935, IISH investigates how work and labour relations develop globally over time.  It collects archives and data from all over the world, to support its and other researchers’ historical research.  Since 1979 it has been an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

IISH is housed in a former cocoa warehouse in the Amsterdam Eastern Docklands, and is easily reachable by public transport.

Public transport:

From Amsterdam Central Station: bus 22, bus stop Veelaan.
From Amsterdam Station Zuid: bus 65, bus stop Veelaan.
From Amsterdam Station Muiderpoort: bus 22, bus stop Veelaan or walk (15 minutes walking distance; head east on Insulindeweg and go left on the large crossing with traffic lights. You are now on Molukkenstraat/Veelaan which leads directly to the IISH).
From the centre of Amsterdam: tram 7 to Molukkenstraat (10 minutes walking distance), tram 10 to Van Eesterenlaan (5 to 10 minutes walking distance), tram 14 to Javaplein (5 to 10 minutes walking distance).
More information on the public transport website(link is external).

By car:

From the circular road (A10) take the junction Zeeburg (S114), proceed to the traffic lights, and follow the signs Zeeburg across the bridge (left turn). At the end of the bridge go right at traffic lights. At the next traffic lights, take the road to your right (Molukkenstraat). Proceed to the end of the Molukkenstraat;  IISH is the large white building ahead of you. Please note that there is only paid parking near IISH!