Fellows 2024
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28 inspiring figures appointed VUB Fellows

Rector Jan Danckaert: “We can only succeed if we remain deeply connected to society”

Winners UDC Career Award 2024
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Recipients of 2024 UDC Career Award: Professors Ann Nowé & Geert Angenon

For everything the award stands for: nurturing partnerships and being an inspiration to others

Dave Sirnadet
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“If young people don’t engage with politics, politics will engage with them”

VUB political scientist Dave Sinardet advocates democratic and constitutional reform

Nel De Muelenaer voor de verzetshelden
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New Chair on Traces of the Resistance at VUB

"The VUB has a historical affinity with the history of the resistance"

Indi en Blue
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"Do you dress for how you feel and who you are, or be more discreet because it feels safer?”

Pride Week: Safe Everyday Everywhere

Opening Verzetslaan
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VUB commemorates resistance fighters

“Humanity has already proved that very, very evil things can happen”

Agnieszka Holland op Difference Day 2024
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Honorary Title for Freedom of Expression for Israeli-Palestinian +972 Magazine and film director Agnieszka Holland

10th edition of Difference Day focuses on independent reporting in times of war, intimidation and polarisation

Jan Danckaert in de Zevende Dag
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Rector Jan Danckaert on pro-Palestinian student protests

Flemish universities assess every project using human rights test, rector tells De Zevende Dag

Jennifer Clement
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Winner Honorary Title for Freedom of Expression 2023 Jennifer Clement

‘Right now, the world is becoming more and more dangerous for journalists and authors.’

Bette Dam
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“Western journalists make too little use of their press freedom”

War correspondent and VUB PhD student Bette Dam

Rasmus Van Heddeghem
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Three VUB master’s students chosen for Flemish Future Proef Awards

Rasmus Van Heddeghem wins second prize with plea to use environmental law against climate crisis

 Protest in Brussel
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“Democracy is never finished”

VUB political scientists Prof Didier Caluwaerts and PhD student Kamil Bernaerts: political polarisation is no more of a problem than 40 or 50 years ago.

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