A protest will take place in Brussels on Tuesday 28 January 2020. Traffic will be adapted from 11 am, mainly on the small ring road and in the city centre. The national action day will also disrupt the public transport of the STIB all day.
On 29 March 2017, the United Kingdom announced its decision to leave the European Union. The deadline for withdrawal from the EU (Brexit) has recently been extended to 31 January 2020. The aim of the withdrawal agreement is to ensure as much as possible the rights of the British citizens and their family members. It includes a transition period until 31 December 2020, during which these British citizens retain their right of free movement and residence.
The City Council of the City of Brussels will be broadcast live here on Monday 27 January 2020 (from 5 pm).
The City of Brussels wants to breathe new life into the markets of the Place Sainte-Catherine by creating a zero waste market. The aim is a new offer, with fewer packaging, for the inhabitants of the city centre and in particular of the Sainte-Catherine - Rue de Flandre quarters.
The call for candidacies for the traditional Brussels Horta Architecture Prize is running till 12 February 2020. This architectural prize, which is organized every two years, is intended to reward recent remarkable architectural works in the 19 municipalities of the Brussels Capital Region.
The City of Brussels offers support to initiatives of local associations active in equal opportunities. A call for projects is launched for 2020. Candidates can apply until 15 March 2020.
The Marolles sustainable district contract launches the second edition (2020) of the call for citizens' initiatives Made in Marolles to support the residents and associations that want to improve life in their neighborhood.
The Red Cross is always looking for volunteers in Brussels. The French-language branch is specifically looking for people who want to work with lonely elderly people.