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THE ALBERT CUYP MARKET AS A MIRROR OF SOCIETY

By Karenita Haalck Covid-19 has changed everyday life fundamentally. Public locations like markets, shops and museums maintain a certain normality, ...
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How Dutch Journalism has changed, an interview with Leon Willems

By Leroy Leijtens Leon Willems started working as a journalist in 1989. In 1995 he became Editor in Chief at ...
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An interview with Paul Geerts: ‘Journalists these days lack originality because they need to score,’

by Sharon Verhoeks Paul Geerts, beloved lecturer at Fontys Academy for Creative Industries and freelance journalist, has a long history ...
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Interviews

“The circumstances have changed”

A Q&A with Patrick Meershoek about his view on journalism and the way it has changed since he started his ...
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How Dutch Journalism has changed, an interview with Leon Willems

By Leroy Leijtens Leon Willems started working as a journalist in 1989. In 1995 he became Editor in Chief at ...
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An interview with Paul Geerts: ‘Journalists these days lack originality because they need to score,’

by Sharon Verhoeks Paul Geerts, beloved lecturer at Fontys Academy for Creative Industries and freelance journalist, has a long history ...
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World

The New Conservatives

Naomi ‘t Hart Young, highly educated and conservative. European research shows that while this may have been a unique combination ...
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“Once out, you are forgotten,” the Dutch in Canada voice their annoyance in voting from abroad

Austin Devaraj, Sage Bankasingh March. 18, 2021 TORONTO – As Dutch citizens took to the polls this week, which have ...
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Angle Radio: Episode Five

Welcome to episode five of Angle Radio, hosted by Shaquille Scheder-Pagin and Jaimy Witbraad . On today’s show, we explored ...
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Amsterdam

The life of those without a home

Text by Patricia Budusan Picture by De Regenboog Strolling through the once busy street from Amsterdam Centraal to the Dam ...
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Source: Anniek van den Brand

Journalist Anniek van den Brand: “The workload is as high as ever”

Anniek van den Brand By Hedwig Goudsmit 18 October 2020 Anniek van den Brand (53) has been a journalist for ...
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At the roots of the future at Nxt Museum Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s diverse Museum scene has been replenished by a first-of-its-kind attraction. On 29 August the Nxt Museum opened its doors ...
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How does a professional athlete fight back after an accident?

Video by Lena Knaus and Lea Dillmann One year ago: Kitesurfer Francisca Meijer just started her surf trip. Then the ...
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Fear of coronavirus affects Amsterdam pharmacies

Several pharmacists in the Dutch capital are in lack of face mask because of coronavirus. Now they are waiting weeks ...
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Opinion

Laura Kersten on how social media can strongly influence youth’s voting decisions

Melisa Salas These days we are living in a digital era where social media is taking over the world. Breaking ...
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Social distance: from zero to 1,5 meters

by Maxime Booi By Maxime Booi On 26 October 2020 Colour piece – How a virus has created a new ...
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Rage against the most persistent of pandemics

Text by Veronica Kontopoulou Photos by Helmi Padatsu Just when the corona crisis slowed down, we were brutally reminded of ...
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