Editorial

A plan centred on ‘Housing First’

Give homeless people a home first, then the necessary care. That is how we will end homelessness in the Netherlands by 2030, claims the National ...
Defense

Revealed: Europe’s production of crucial ammunition fails to meet Brussels’ promises to Ukraine

Europe says it will produce some 1.5 million shells by the end of the year and send many to Ukraine, where they’re set to play ...
Energy

The lobby behind nuclear energy’s comeback

With the proposed construction of at least two new nuclear power plants, nuclear power is no longer taboo. Two retired senior executives with a well-stocked ...
Editorial

The Investigative Desk Newsletter / June 2024

Read the full newsletter here. Dear reader, In this newsletter you will find some of our publications from the first six months of this year. ...
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Tobacco

The tobacco industry buys billions in access to the medical world

The four largest tobacco companies have already invested more than $21 billion in this century altogether, in at least 33 companies making products for the ...
Tobacco

Tobacco funded research: how even journals with bans find it hard to stem the tide of publications

Tobacco companies are investing billions in pharmaceutical and medical products. These ties complicate the ongoing efforts of researchers, scientific organisations, and journals to distance themselves ...
Editorial

Seven relocations for Dutch tenant in seven years

Two brothers force a tenant to move seven times in a timespan of seven years. They shut him out when he refuses to move once ...
Editorial

,,Refugees do not change the living environment”

The Dutch province Noord-Holland is facing a big task: they need to host 16.290 refugees because of the so-called ‘Spreidingswet’. A law which ensures that ...