Is work a human right? At least it is one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. For people with disabilities, however, it is not a given, even with the current labour market shortages. Why do employers hesitate about hiring them?
Even though billions are involved, research into Alzheimer's disease has yet to yield much concrete results for Alzheimer's patients. This is according to research by Bert Theunissen. He analyses causes and makes proposals on how to still make progress.
This event will consider this question based on the 2015 bombing of the Iraqi town of Hawija. Back then, an entire neighbourhood was wiped out and at least 85 civilians were killed. Only four years later, journalists managed to reveal who was responsible for the attack: the Netherlands. 12 December
On Wednesday 14 December, Daniela Salvatori will give her inaugural lecture as Professor Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. She will elaborate on the question: how do we conduct better science with fewer animal experiments? The inaugural lecture can be followed online from 16:15-17:15.
Better science with fewer animals
What have certification labels contributed to sustainable supply chains?
Decades of sustainability labels
How do we help children, parents and teachers make use of multilingualism?
A home filled with languages
How can we help children grow up healthy after a difficult start?