‘Get rid of the fat, I don’t want it anymore’

In 2018 Turkey attracted nearly 1 million people for health tourism, according to the government. Video and photo by Ingrid Godager and Thea Agnethe Erikson The British 24-year-old Clayton Digweed is in Istanbul to get a Brazilian butt lift (BBL) at Comfort Zone Cosmetic Surgery: “So I’m having a BBL, with lipo on the stomach and on the thighs. It’s something that I’ve always wanted … Continue reading ‘Get rid of the fat, I don’t want it anymore’

Why is the Teacher Strike on 15 March so important?

On the 15th of March, teachers across the Netherlands are striking for better working conditions. The International Angle spoke to Fransje Damen (34), who is the coordinator of the teachers’ education Pedagogy and the regular education Pedagogy at the University of Applied Sciences. We asked her, and two students, why this strike is important. Video by: Esmee Bakker and Elisa Vrij Continue reading Why is the Teacher Strike on 15 March so important?

“I like to learn how to engage people in my stories”

By Dyonne Onyema, Yannick Grenouillat and Malou van Kouwenhove Who are we and why did we choose this minor? You will get to know us all through several interviews and videos. The first video will show Malou as she reflects on how she has experienced the minor International Journalism so far and what she would like to learn during this minor. Continue reading “I like to learn how to engage people in my stories”

From Kentucky to New York City

by Tatiana Costa Lopes   New York is the fashion capital of the United States. Tatiana met up with McKenzie and Bryson, two young people from Louisville, Kentucky trying to make it in the Big Apple. They shared their hopes, goals and less exciting realities of moving from a small town to New York City to pursue a fashion career. Continue reading From Kentucky to New York City