FLOW, where many young people from the neighbourhood also got jobs, offers Brussels residents the opportunity to swim in safety at a location that had otherwise been neglected. FLOW is an outdoor swimming pool for everyone, and much more
The multilingualism of Brussels is unique. Dutch, French, English and the many different languages spoken at home offer many opportunities to children and young people to function multilingually. The various languages can strengthen and support each other.
The Axibox is a 7-metre high indoor climbing system at the Aximax youth centre. Every school day, children from 2.5 years to 14 can come here to romp, sew, skateboard, dance, etc. A true playground paradise for children.
The urban renewal project Groenblauw bxl brings edible vegetation into the city, such as herbs, fruit and vegetables. Atelier Groot Eiland, for example, works with local residents and organisations to promote biodiversity in the southern area of Brussels’ city centre.
At the end of 2021 there were over 100,000 job seekers in Brussels and 86,851 job vacancies. Good training courses are the key to being able to match supply and demand. Together with the training sector, the VGC supports potential employees in their quest for work, including those who have fewer opportunities on the labour market.
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Twice a month, buddies go for a walk together to explore Brussels, the Dutch-speaking programmes available and each other’s life experience. Who you are matched with and what you do together depends on your personal interests and expectations.
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