From ordinary racism to institutional racism @Fall University Liège

22, 23, 24 & 25 October. From ordinary racism to institutional racism: How can we better identify and stop the spiral of exclusion? Today’s voluntary sector is faced with new challenges in the area of racism. We are no longer just faced with the unfortunately well-known realities (prejudice, hostility, discrimination, injustice, exclusion, etc.) but also […]

The “Multisenso Rail” initiative wins the “Prix CAP 48 de l’Entreprise Citoyenne 2023” @Trainworld

A visit to a museum is not necessarily easy for everyone. That’s why at Train World, the SNCB’s museum, we work every day to continually improve our visitors’ experience and to ensure that everyone is included. By reducing or removing as many physical and mental barriers as possible, Train World aims to offer everyone an […]

How does discrimination work?  by L’académie du genre

23 May. Training How does discrimination work? From racial to gender discrimination and cross-discrimination Objectives: Through concrete examples and animations, learn to decipher racial and gender discrimination. Become aware of the imaginary and unconscious culture that disqualifies certain groups of people and the consequences of this disqualification. Discover various avenues and tools to put in […]

Fine art & Human rights @ Fine arts museum

since September 2019. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Belgian sections of Amnesty International have joined forces to develop a human rights education trail in the heart of the Museums’ collections. This tour deals with different human rights such as equality, migration, women’s rights, freedom and security, justice, etc. in order […]

Art & Mental Illness @met museum

Introducing “Met Escapes: Spring Edition” – an inspiring event specially designed for individuals living with dementia, along with their family members or care partners to immerse themselves in the world of art. The museum environment, known for its serene atmosphere and awe-inspiring exhibits, provides a tranquil setting that encourages relaxation, reflection, and connection. The event […]

Connect & Reflect- Co-creation

8 June. Lasso will host a second edition of Connect & Reflect, the bilingual inspiration and networking event. This year, we will be inspired by co-creative projects and go exploring in Jette. Connect & Reflect is for everyone working or wanting to work around cultural participation. During this activity, we bring together voices and insights […]

Brussels Queer Graphics @ Design Museum

17 may – 5 nov. From the 1950s on, LGBTQI+ communities in Brussels have used graphic design and developed a specific language. This visual language signals their presence and their commitment to a set of shared principles, identities, and values. Shaped by struggle and celebration, turmoil and compromise, this tool of both resistance and resilience […]

QUEER EXHIBITION HISTORIES – Symposium @ Kanal Centre Pompidou

3 june. Coinciding with the launch of Queer Exhibition Histories, a new publication edited by KANAL curator Bas Hendrikx, this symposium examines the efforts of artists and curators from the LGBTQIA+ community to show their work in European museums and society at large over the past decades. While artistically oriented, the projects and events in […]

WHOSE HERITAGE? Unsettling Archives and Collections @CI.II.III.IV.

25 May. In his seminal lecture “Whose Heritage? Un-settling the ‘Heritage,’ Re-imagining the Post-nation” (1992), Stuart Hall called on diasporic communities to take over the foundational ground on which the process of heritage construction has proceeded. For this event, CIVA has brought curators, scholars, and cultural activists to discuss critical heritage practice in archives and […]