See which inclusive projects our Brussels museums are launching, get inspired by (inter)national D&I examples or get in touch with experts fighting against structural discrimination.
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TIP – Transgender Infopunt

The Transgender Infopunt (TIP) is a neutral, free and anonymous place for all your questions about gender diversity and the transgender theme. Organisations and institutions can contact the info point for consultancy, education or research.

AWSA

Arab Women’s Solidarity Association Belgium is an association of men and women of Arab, Belgian and other origin. AWSA-Be is a mixed secular association which promotes the rights of Arab women, whether they are living in their country of origin or elsewhere. 

Xeno-

Xeno- is an artistic platform dedicated to womxn, particularly womxn of colour, queer and non-binary.

Biennale of Women in Art

The mission of Women In Art (WIA) is to promote and support the work of women artists in Belgium and around the world, both to the general public and the artistic and cultural institutions.

Girls Heart Brussels

Founded by Jessica Gysel, GIRLS HEART BRUSSELS invites everyone to explore Brussels from a female, queer, trans, and non binary perspective, with a focus on its lesbian and feminist initiatives. Eclectic in taste, they highlight both the mainstream and the underground.

BAMKO

(FR) Feminist centre for reflection and action on anti-Black racism.

Architecture qui dégenre

Organisers of, among others, the “Matrimony Days”. Beyond the discovery of Brussels’ female heritage, which is often overshadowed, the fundamental question of access to property ownership for women and related professions is raised. A way of looking at our institutions through gendered glasses.

Intersectioneel denken (ella vzw)

Ella vzw legt intersectionaliteit uit en hoe het in professionele context toe te passen.

Afropolitan Festival (Bozar)

Can we speak of a new “Afropolitan Woman Power”? The festival’s 2021 edition calls upon artists, but also women entrepreneurs, to come and present their creations, and share their experiences, insight, and struggles and hopes, with the public.