What does the model for Dutch in a multilingual Brussels currently look like? What is the state of affairs?
What bits work well? And what are the sticking points?
What opportunities are we not allowed to miss?
What do Brussels residents themselves want? And what impact can companies and organizations have?
A panel of experts set to work on the results of the City Forum. With the input you provided over the course of four months, with data and projects drawn from the real world. They formulate ideas, challenges and recommendations for the future of Dutch in Brussels.
Come to our Summit and discover the results of the four-month City Forum. It will be a festive moment!
You get a warm welcome. Of course with coffee and tea.
Welcome by Gunther Vanneste, director of the Huis van het Nederlands Brussel. Get to know what has been going on the previous months and what is on the programme today.
Be inspired by a series of projects dealing with Dutch in a multilingual Brussels. What are their success formulas? What remains to be worked on? What challenges are crossing their path?
With among others Karen Boers (startups.be), Aubry Touriel (DaarDaar), Fatma Arikoglu (Amazone), Hilde Peeters (Kaaitheater), Silke Quateau (Taalkot), Rudi Janssens (BRIO).
Experts, opinion makers and experience experts will talk to each other. With among others Jan Hautekiet, Laurence Mettewie (prof Taalkunde UNamen), Piet Vervaecke (Onderwijscentrum Brussel), Eddy Frans (vzw De Rand), Rik Van Cauwelaert (opiniemaker), Landry Mawungu (Minderhedenforum), Caroline Mancel (Actiris).
Moderator: Jeroen Roppe (BRUZZ - Visit Brussels) and Liesbeth Bernolet
Enjoy your meal!
Help build your ideal multilingual Brussels. Create a charter with policy suggestions. Or formulate actions to change the perception of multilingualism in Brussels.
In these sessions, you will work on concret solutions with experts-inspirators. With among others Karen Boers (startups.be), Rudi Janssens (BRIO), Dimokritos Kavadias (BRIO), Khadija Aznag (Agentschap Integratie en Inburgering), Eric Corijn (stadssocioloog), Bram Dewolfs (UrbanFoxes.org)...
Feedback of the results from the activity sessions. Word from the competent ministers.
Model NL enters the city
A Brussels resident who can speak more Dutch has more chances. Is that always the case?
Dutch in Brussels: open to all or only just a little bit open?
No one speaks Dutch in Brussels: true or false?
The —moment suprême— of our City Forum: experts and Brussels residents set to work on the results of the City Forum and formulate ideas for the future.