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.
A library has gradually been set up with the ambition of creating a documentation centre on poverty, homelessness and related subjects. It contains conference proceedings, institutional reports, professional handbooks, newspapers, magazines, essays and literature.
DoucheFLUX Open Doors on Sunday 25 Octobre 2020 is a chance for the general public to visit our day centre. On the programme of the event, guided tours and a political debate. Click for more information about how to participate.
How does society look at people living on the streets and in poverty? The general perception often leaves little or no room for the human being, their dignity and their own identity. Organising an exhibition with these people is therefore always a project rich in meaning.
Every year, on Whit Monday, DoucheFLUX holds a stretch party and flea market. A great occasion for our neighbours – and everyone who is interested – to get to know DoucheFLUX and vice versa.
DoucheFLUX and the Belgian League of Human Rights call for a serious and independent investigation into the death of Ilyes Abbedou in a police station. DoucheFLUX also calls on citizens who would like to support this action to contribute financially and help cover the legal costs.
DoubleFLUX MasterClass aims to raise awareness among secondary school students and adults about the issue of homelessness in Brussels and to provide them with food for thought.
Outside!, the board game about life on the street is an entertaining way to raise awareness about the issue of extreme poverty by discovering the reality of homelessness.
People rarely give much thought to what it means to be homeless. The think tank tries to approach homelessness from as many different angles as possible.
AlterBrussels trained some regular DoucheFLUX users to act as tour guides. They show visitors round their DoucheFLUX and present the Cureghem district from the unique perspective of their personal experience.
Objectif D.F.V.P., or Dept Forgiveness for the Very Poor, is an appeal – do sign! – which resulted from an inspired debate during a Think Tank in 2016.