We visited Brussels in one weekend. By chance, it happened 1 month after the attacks and several months after all we heard in France about the Belgian capital… In short, it had passed us a little kiss on the neck but we were determined to go despite that. After all and as it seems, fire… Continue reading WEEKEND IN BRUSSELS
European associative network founded in 2000, No Border fights for freedom of movement between different countries and more particularly against immigration control policies within the Shengen Area. No Border fights for the regularization of illegal foreigners and the closure of administrative detention centers. Every summer, the network organizes camps of several days near the borders.… Continue reading A No Border camp in Brussels
Date last updated: January 26, 2021 Dear future visitors, dear Brussels inhabitants, Belgium is at alarm level 4 for COVID. That is why a number of measures are in force. Follow them closely. Do you live in Brussels or Belgium? When you move around Brussels, take a look at the webcam to visit the city… Continue reading Coronavirus: what measures are in place in Brussels?
Clinical trials of Novavax’s Covid-19 vaccine showed an 89.3 percent efficacy, the U.S. biotech company said in a release Thursday showing the results of phase 3 trials involving more than 15,000 people. “NVX-CoV2373 has the potential to play an important role in solving this global public health crisis,” said company CEO Stanley Erck. But the… Continue reading Novavax vaccine 89% effective in clinical trial
Today, only 6.1% of the streets in Brussels are named after a woman. This is hardly representative of the social role of women in the city, past and present. Now that the renovation of the Leopold II tunnel is nearing completion, the Region is also launching a process to change its name. As soon as… Continue reading The Leopold II tunnel will change its name!