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Idealists without a utopia, by Michiel Goudswaard

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Nowadays, European politics is little more than crisis control. Hours of meetings by finance ministers, extremely nervous financial markets, and European citizens who have long since lost their way. Fear is reigning. We know that the situation is serious, and … Continue reading

The same but different

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Is the right the new left? The 1960s and 1970s were formative years for me. The years in which I constantly listened to music. I sang on the street and my thoughts were dancing. They were the years in which … Continue reading

I don’t have an office, I am an office

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Advocating a new approach to work: no predefined office or preassigned workstation, but higher net working hours and more job satisfaction. In the advertising world, the word ‘new’ is one of the easiest ways to grab people’s attention. No one … Continue reading