DoucheFLUX wants to combat the exclusion of those living in precarious circumstances, whether they are homeless or living in poor housing, documented or otherwise, wherever they come from. At the heart of its mission is the human being and his dignity.
Activities & courses
On 1st July 2020 DoucheFLUX has resumed several activities:
– sewing workshop
– DoucheFLUX Magazine
Click to for more details about these activities and their time schedule.
DoucheFLUX is gradually resuming its services. Click to know which services are available now
Please note the following changes from 1 July 2020.
1. showers, laundry and lockers will be charged again
2. DoucheFLUX will be closed as well on Sundays as on Mondays
3. on Wednesdays, DoucheFLUX is open exclusively to women.
Advocacy & Awareness
RESTART: The working group ‘Les précaires en colère’ which gathered during the first Open Assembly of Droit à un Toit/Recht op een Dak gave birth to the Syndicat des Immenses. DoucheFLUX opens its doors to their weekly gatherings on Mondays.
Accommodation during covid-19
Since 10 April 2020 following the coronavirus pandemic, DoucheFLUX, JES Sleep Inn and Les Gastrosophes have been collaborating in an original project, one that is rich in experience and certainly opens up new avenues. Around fifteen people, mostly women, are now staying in JES Sleep Inn and benefit from social support and a series of cultural, sportive, well-being and entertainment activities, as well as quality meals.
Platforms of regional relevance
Since July 2017, Droit à un toit/Recht op een dak ('Right to a roof'), a movement started by those involved in the fight against poverty in Brussels, has been mobilising all those who are determined to put an end to homelessness in the Brussels Region to take part in specific actions.