‘TRANSITIONAL URBAN PLANNING: COMMON GROUND FOR BRUSSELS’
What kind of solidarity do we need for temporary occupation to provide concrete solutions to the economic, social and cultural needs of all Brussels residents?
The reactivation of the 6.5 million square metres of vacant land that make up Saint-Vide Leegbeek, the 20th commune of Brussels, cannot be achieved unless all the actors who plan on developing social, cultural and solidarity projects, join forces.
In order to identify potential transitional spaces for our changing cities, European Lab Brussels invites social innovation actors and temporary occupation activists to jointly develop their ideas, practices, tools and methods, and collectively reflect at BOZAR on 4 October.
Rue Ravensteinstraat, 23 1000 Brussels
- Arty Farty Brussels