Angela ‘Der Mutti’ Merkel will quit as the chancellor of Germany on the 26th of September, after a...Read More
Universities in the United Kingdom are not just known for being amongst the strongest in Europe,...Read More
Pieter Pot is a great example of how a small effort can change the way suppliers and customers...Read More
“I wanted to die” were the words of Natacha Oceane, an ex-binger, while sharing her journey into...Read More
March 15, 2020. Dutch government declared a lockdown due to the severity of Covid-19. The...Read More
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The cooperation ‘Land van Ons’ and the initiative ‘Aardpeer’ both buy pieces of land in the...Read More
For Anna, applying for a job has always been different than for her friends. Instead of requesting a job with only one resume, she always applies with one resume with the surname of her dad, who is from Nigeria, and another one with the surname of her mom, who is from the Netherlands. “It already happened four times that I get invited for the same job with my mom’s surname rather than with my dad’s,” explains Anna Nwankwo.Read More
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During the Eurovision Song Contest some countries choose to portray themselves in more authentic...Read More
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