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Pink ribbon campaign 2023

The pink ribbon campaign of Think Pink is held from 15 September to 31 October 2023. Wearing the pink ribbon lets others know that you are aware of the importance of getting screened, but also expresses your support for all those affected by breast cancer.

A collective vegetable garden close to you?

Does the idea of creating a collective vegetable garden close to home appeal to you? Or would you like to have a plot in an already existing collective vegetable garden? 

New courses in French-language social and higher education

The City of Brussels is opening new courses in its French-language higher education and social promotion education.

Need help in Ukrainian?

Taking someone into your confidence? Report violence or abuse? Want to discuss something in Ukrainian? Contact one of the Ukrainian women of the (V)oor Vrouwen project.

Brucity Rooftop

The rooftop, the roof terrace of the Brucity Administrative Centre of the City of Brussels, is accessible to the public all year round. This space is accessible free of charge, without consumption obligation, and accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Don't receive your Brusseleir?

You don't receive your Brusseleir, the info magazine of the City of Brussels, in your letterbox every month? Let us know!

Free flowers at the cemeteries

Pick your own flowers and lay them by a grave like a bouquet. This is now possible at the cemeteries of Laeken and Brussels.

The Bike Project: support for your cycling policy

'The Bike Project' offers tailor-made guidance for the development and application of a bicycle action plan in organisations, associations or companies in Brussels.

Action for the climate? Watch the video of 'Canal It Up'

The City of Brussels has launched its 2023 Climate call for projects. Here you can watch a video of one of the winners of the previous project calls: the Canal It Up association, which is committed to a clean canal where nature has its place.

New sports infrastructure in Haren

The City of Brussels has inaugurated a new sports infrastructure at the Rue de Verdun in Haren. More than 2,688 m² of sports grounds have been developed for this neighbourhood in Brussels.