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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“The Empathetic Museum represents the collective work of museum professionals dedicated to a more inclusive future for the museum industry. We value and advocate for diversity of thought and authentic integration of empathy in museum practice”.
(FR) “This little feminist and anti-racist dictionary is the fruit of a collective writing process and contains a variety of viewpoints that are impertinent. It offers you a walk through the language, through these new concepts that are redrawing the map of power relations (and, of course, sometimes it makes you scream a little)”.
“WIELS is a place of exchange. The involvement of different groups and audiences is an essential element of its functioning. Giving the opportunity to see things differently, to deepen one’s artistic practice, to enter into dialogue or to be inspired are all of the art centre’s objectives. Meetings, workshops, conferences, internships, … many activities are […]
“The project questions the presence and experience of cis, trans and queer women in their cities. Through listening and oral research on one hand and creating new spaces of imagination, confrontation and dialogue on the other, Q(ee)R Codes – New Boundaries BXL 1000 intends to be a platform of reflection and an invitation to redefine […]
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.
Xeno- is an artistic platform dedicated to womxn, particularly womxn of colour, queer and non-binary.
The Brussels RainbowHouse shelters various French- and Dutch-speaking LGBTQI (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, queers, intersexuals) organizations of the Brussels region.
(FR) Tels Quels is a pluralistic socio-cultural association whose aim is to provide information on LGBTQIA+ issues and to defend lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. They offer multiple workshops and trainings.