Perspective.brussels is responsible for the study of the future of the Heysel, Défense and Maximilien-Vergote quarters (Draft Planning Guidelines - PAD or RPA). Public meetings are organized to discuss the perimeter, diagnosis, challenges and objectives for each neighborhood.
The City of Brussels offers support to initiatives of local associations active in equal opportunities. The grant process takes on a structured and fair way. Therefore, the associations of Brussels are asked each year to fill in a subsidy form. A second call is launched for 2019.
The Brussels Council for Cultural Diversity is an advisory board studying municipal issues that concern residents of Brussels in all their cultural diversity. Interested associations are invited to appoint a representative within this Advisory Board. The applications must be sent by 6 September 2019 at the latest.