Identity

House-bound no more: elderly less lonely

Marjolein de Jong23 March 2020
Theo van Tilburg, sociologist at the VU Amsterdam, has studied loneliness among elderly Dutch people.

Back to the origins of eroticism? Sexperiment!

Marjolein de Jong17 December 2019
We seem to have a limited view of what sexuality is, according to philosopher Ype de Boer.

How a hallucinogenic trip can change your life for the better

Marjolein de Jong17 December 2019
The building in Zandvoort that once functioned as a church is now the backdrop for a special type of retreat sessions with psychedelic truffles.

How theologian Gerko lost his faith

Marjolein de Jong5 October 2019
Gerko Tempelman attended the Vrije Universiteit to get a degree in theology, but lost his faith along the way.

'I didn't want to be the token Moroccan'

Marjolein de Jong14 August 2019
Mustapha Abdellati, the only partner of Moroccan descant working for E&Y Nederland, is putting effort into creating greater workplace diversity.

‘I DIDN’T ROLL STRAIGHT FROM GEERT WILDERS’ LAP TO THE MOSQUE’

Marjolein de Jong13 June 2019
Joram van Klaveren (40) spent several years as the ‘Islam spokesperson’ for the far-right Freedom Party. Now he is a Muslim himself.

Migraines have a grip on Mariëtte's life

Marjolein de Jong2 May 2019
Because of her migraines Mariëtte had to give up on her dreams: "I still hope for a miracle drug."

“We’re going to start watching even more television”

Marjolein de Jong4 March 2019
Taco Zimmerman, director of Tuvalu Media is all but nervous about the future of television. “There’s a greater need for content than ever before.”