Isn’t it time we took a fresh look at how the fight against poverty is organised in Brussels? Shouldn’t we try to overcome the silly division between the Samusocial and the rest of the sector? Shouldn’t we establish a firm basis for sharing our resources and our tools effectively (while preserving the specific role of each association)? Shouldn’t we structure and organise the necessary complementarity between public and private funds? Shouldn’t we bring together urgent humanitarian action (the old de facto priority) and reintegration/housing (the new declared priority) in a coherent, concerted and effective way (instead of treating them as opposites)? And so on. Read on.
To facilitate the discussion, if you would like to open the debate and propose your approach or your way of thinking at a first round-table discussion, please get in touch with Nicolas Marion (coordinator of the DoucheFLUX Think Tank): marionnicolas[at]hotmail.com
Wednesday 28 June from 12.00 to 14.00 (or later if those present want to continue the discussion).
At DoucheFLUX, rue des Vétérinaires 84 Veeartsenstraat, 1070 Brussels.
Prior registration appreciated (free sandwiches available): marionnicolas[at]hotmail.com