Hind Fraihi is a journalist, columnist and author. In her monthly column, Fraihi writes on a thought-provoking topic in Flanders and the Netherlands.
Hind Fraihi argues that the new 'blacktivism' should not become an identity movement.
Hind Fraihi suggests a digital detox. ‘Why not try a Digital Free Month to drastically free ourselves from social media?’
Hind Fraihi warns us of the growing influence of ‘a second generation of Salafist organizers’.
In her essay ‘Connection in Confusion’, Hind Fraihi gives Vooruit Arts Centre in Ghent some suggestions on how it should deal with a world that is becoming increasingly diverse and colourful.
From Nazi Germany to the current refugee crisis: Hind Fraihi argues antisemites have always found ways to blame the Jews.
Hind Fraihi argues that the Decolonise Movement should face its own excesses and focus on real problems, like institutional racism.
Nowhere is the Gender Pay Gap as strongly present as in professional football and cycling. Hind Fraihi states its about time the gap gets closed.
In his call to remain alert to a new anti-Semitism, Dutch writer Arnon Grunberg referred to the Holocaust during National Remembrance Day. According to Hind Fraihi, he shouldn't have done that.
Flemish and Dutch right-wing extremists mostly convene in online environments. However, it is clear the Flemish-Dutch front formation intends to develop into much more than an army of keyboard warriors.
The Flemish government has proposed severe cuts in arts funding over the next few years. In 2011, the cultural sector in the Netherlands was forced to make do with a budget cut of about 200 million euro. What can the Flemish artists learn f...
Thierry Baudet and Dries Van Langenhove receive far more attention from the media than is justified by their importance.
The far right uses social media as a sort of pulpit from which to lash out without restraint against the left and society’s alleged excesses.
Where are the official apologies for the sufferings the Dutch and Belgians caused in their former colonies?
Right-wing extremism and Muslim extremism penetrate deeper into society, even into institutions. Meanwhile a much larger problem is overshadowed: inequality.