Equal.brussels and safe.brussels launched the #JoinTheFam campaign against sexual harassment and assault. Watch the video below.
The City of Brussels 'adopts' two new persons at risk: Vahid Afkari and Dorgelesse N'guessan. This double adoption is part of the city's participation in Amnesty International's Ville Lumières label, a network that brings together cities and municipalities that stand up for the freedoms, values and rights that are the basis of democracy.
At the beginning of 2023, maintenance works will be carried out on the railway infrastructure in Brussels (between Brussels and Haren, between Brussels-Chapelle and Brussels-North and between Berchem-Sainte-Agathe and Laeken). These works may cause inconvenience to local residents.