Closing the gaps in migration data
Migration is often seen as something 'negative', and as a 'modern' phenomenon. But migration has always been a part of humanity and comes with many positive effects, as Ahmad Wali Ahmad Yar (VUB) argues.
Populism: do we speak the same language?
You see the term "populism" popping up all over the press. But what exactly do Flemish journalists mean when they use that term? That's what communication scientist Jana Goyvaerts is figuring out in her doctorate. She lifts the veil in this video.
Keeping epidemics under control thanks to artificial intelligence
The current corona crisis is having a huge impact on our lives. Artificial intelligence can help keep such a pandemic better under control, with less drastic measures and thus a more limited impact on our social lives. Pieter Libin explains how this works in this video.
How social entrepreneurs change the world
We all know Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, but why isn't Muhammad Yunus equally well-known? As a social entrepreneur, he brought something much more noble to the world. Philippe Eiselein wants to help social entrepreneurs grow their impact.
Undesirable migrants: should they stay or should they go?
If a criminal comes to your country and wants to stay: do you think your government should allow him to? Júlia Zomignani Barboza sheds some -legal- light on this matter.
Good versus evil. You are NOT free to choose! 😇 👿
If you are good, you get rewarded. If you are bad, you get punished. That's how, simply put, our justice system works. Simple right? Not really...