One in three LGBTQIA+ people in Flanders and Brussels has experienced physical aggression in the past two years, a new survey reports.
Tag: Brussels-Capital Region
RainbowPages: interactive website promoting visibility, findability and safety by and for LGBTQIA+ people
Match Belgium has launched the RainbowPages, an interactive website promoting visibility, findability and safety by, for and about the LGBTQIA+ universe. Not unlike the White Pages or the Yellow Pages. By which we for once don’t mean Grindr.
21 MAY | Belgian Pride 2022 in Brussels is ‘Open’
For 2022, The Belgian Pride in Brussels will be ‘Open‘. The Belgian Pride (the organisation), is finally communicating about the Belgian Pride (the event).
Belgian Pride 2022 set for parade on Saturday 21 May after easing of coronavirus countermeasures in Belgium
The Belgian Pride has finally broken silence. Less than three months in advance, the organisation has announced Saturday 21 May as a date. “The Belgian Pride Parade 2022 will be held in Brussels on the 21st of May. More info soon.”
Borsbeek to become Antwerp’s 10th district
The municipal governments of Borsbeek and Antwerp have decided to start merger talks. The intention is that Borsbeek will become the tenth district of the City of Antwerp on 1 January 2025. An intensive process will now run until the end of 2023, in which the benefits for all residents will be analyzed and administrative…
Inside the Royal Palace of Brussels
Each year, except in 2020 due to COVID-19, the Royal Palace of Brussels opens its doors to the general public, as Buckingham Palace in London does. For a few weeks after Belgium‘s National Holiday (Nationale Feestdag, Fête Nationale) on the 21st of July, you can visit the ‘office palace’ of the King of the Belgians.
Brussels to be Rainbow City in pride month May as The Belgian Pride remains silent on any events
What about the Belgian Pride in Brussels in May 2021? Organizer The Belgian Pride (with article) remains tight-lipped on the subject. But it is mobilising businesses, corporations, non-governmental organisations, institutions et al. to fly the rainbow flag in May. That project is called RainbowCity.Brussels.
CORONAVIRUS | Belgium forbids non-essential travel until 19 April
The National Security Council in Belgium has prolonged the measures to curb coronavirus COVID-19 until 19 April. An extension until 3 May is possible.
La Démence cancels ‘Army Boys’ party on 13 March due to government measures against COVID-19 coronavirus
The government of the Brussels-Capital Region in Belgium has decided on March 10th, that all indoor events with more than 1,000 persons must be cancelled, and this until the end of March.