After the attacks of 22 March 2016, the Archives of the City of Brussels collected the messages that were deposited at the Bourse and at the Maalbeek metro station. The service has also taken photographs of the messages that were written at the Bourse with chalk on the walls or on the ground. All these messages are now online on the new website of the Archives.
Within the dynamics of good governance and transparency started by the City of Brussels, the GIAL Board of Directors decided to put the audit that was presented on 23 January 2018 online. This document is therefore freely accessible and can be downloaded on this website.
Agenda 21 is an action plan that sets priorities for the sustainable development of the City of Brussels and the Public Welfare Centre (CPAS). It contains 5 goals and is divided over 22 intervention domains. The brochure Ensemble, agissons pour le développement durable (Building a sustainable city together) gives a clear overview of this entire sustainability plan.
The cultural event Nuit Blanche won an award for accessibility during the 12th edition of the Prix CAP48 de l'Entreprise Citoyenne. CAP48 rewards companies that set a good example on the inclusion of people with disabilities. The Brufête association received the prize.