Dutch-speaking activities. They especially used to be a place where Dutch-speakers could meet.
Today they are a lot more than that. They are besides hugely popular. Even among foreign-speakers. Dancing, cooking, following classes? They choose for the Dutch-speaking network. Often to improve their Dutch. Or to get to know Dutch-speakers.
The Dutch-speaking network has turned into a popular network for all Brussels residents.
How does that model work? How can Dutch-speaking activities, trainings and courses be a success for Dutch-speaking and many other Brussels residents?
But also, what are the challenges of such a rapid transformation? Is it becoming too popular? Has the Dutch-speaking network reached its limits?
And what do you think: open to all or only just a little bit open?
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