Disbailities week- Let’s go ?

From 24 November to 3 December 2023. The main aim of Disabilities Week in Brussels is to : enable people with disabilities to take part in cultural and sporting activities in Brussels in the same way as everyone else support associations active in the field of disability raise public awareness of the importance of opening […]

Participation in the museum @Openmuseum

13 & 14 november. Would you like to set up a participatory project in your museum? Would you like to give your visitors more importance in the development of your projects? In partnership with Artizest,we have decided to talk about participation and co-creation at open museum. At the end of this 2-day course, you’ll know […]

Accessibility at Museum Night Fever @Brussels Museums

Museum Night Fever is a festive and cultural event organised on 21 October 2023 by Brussels Museums asbl, the federation of museums in Brussels, to make museums more accessible to everyone. For this 16th edition, the MNF is bringing together 33 museums that will be opening their doors between 7pm and 1am, and offering an […]

Museums that listen – for greater horizontality @Uliège

Educational and cultural institutions are often guided by the idea of transmission, in a generally vertical perspective from “the one who knows” to “the one who doesn’t”. Let’s try to break this pattern! The aim of this project is to experiment with listening strategies at the University of Liège, through its Museum and Cultural Centre, […]

Put out of action: colonial sculptures move @Africamuseum

Put out of action: colonial sculptures move 2023 marks an important moment of reflection on its role in the past, present and future for the AfricaMuseum with both its 125th anniversary and its five-year reopening after renovation. As part of this, the sculpture depot disappears from the permanent display. A group of sculptures were placed […]

Access-i certification & Visit.brussels

Access-i, our essential partner in accessibility, is making buildings, parcs and events in Brussels more accessible. In the space of a year, almost 38 tourist facilities, including 18 museums, have already acquired the label. Wheelchairusers and people with reduced mobility now have easier access to a number of museums, tourist attractions and events. To find […]

From ordinary racism to institutional racism @Fall University Liège

1st December 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 with aggravating trends that […]

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 […]