Male DominationPatric Jean, 2009
Is it possible, in the 21st century, that men demand a return to patriarchal ancestral values? Male Domination provocatively stirs up trouble through the feminism of a man who takes a hard look at himself.
What The Cat SeesKim Brand, 2011
A hospital is a place where joy and sorrow constantly alternate. The smoking area serves as gathering place for visitors, patients and staff. One of the most curious guests there is a grey cyper cat.
Refugees: who needs them?Miles Roston, 2012
A very touching view on the lives of refugees in The Netherlands, brought with a bit of humor.
Abortion: The choiceMacfarlane, Ursula, 2008
Every year, 46 million women worldwide choose to have a termination. Despite certain restrictions abortion is legal in the United Kingdom. Therefore women in the United Kingdom are legally able to decide how to cope with an unwanted pregnancy.
Money for nothingBruce, Jim, 2013
The dollar is the most remarkable achievement in the history of money. This piece of paper costs nothing to produce and there iÂ€Â™s nothing behind it, its value solely based on trust.
When bubbles burstMoland, Hans Petter, 2012
When Bubbles Burst provides a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the global economy, examining the mechanics behind economic bubbles, crashes and suggesting trends for the future.
Sons of the landBergeon, Edouard, 2012
French farmers are killing themselves in record numbers, driven to suicide by loneliness, loss of status and financial woes.