The years-long decline in basic skills of language, mathematics and citizenship in education must be stopped.
Due to the teacher shortage, there are more and more opportunities to obtain a teaching certificate more quickly. What does this do to the quality of education?
Recruitment agencies make millions from new charitable donors and there is no supervision
The newspapers are full of it, the skill gap. We have been trained for years, but the things that really make you better in your profession and are now useful, such as digital skills, were often not included.
Nutritional claims such as 'light', 'low in fat', 'extra protein' have become more the norm than the exception on the products you come across in the supermarket. Is it a marketing ploy or is it a way to make people aware of healthy food?
“Niaga had a great idea to make carpet more durable. The entrepreneurs encountered barriers, they were unable to scale up the technology. And we happen to be very good at that. We saw it and got into it.”
With a day of action, TV and radio stations raised money for the victims of the war in Ukraine. Much more money than they collected in 2013, with the campaign for Syria
The housing shortage can be solved 'a significant part' by making better use of the housing stock instead of simply building more. That is what economists Piet Eichholtz, Linde Kattenberg and Nils Kok argue.
Professor of philanthropy Paul Smeets argues that the rich often place the moral responsibility to donate on people with even more money.
The impact of leadership in an organization cannot be underestimated. Leadership is fundamental to job satisfaction, confidence and performance. How do you develop people into good leaders?