"People need to be reminded that we’ve also had anti-gay attacks here in Belgium, and that we have an extreme right-wing party that is winning votes and supporting discriminatory laws."
Despite the coronavirus, 106,788 new Belgian businesses started in 2020, three of them being Brandsome Projects, Buna and Fabrique Françios.
You can't walk five minutes in central Brussels without discovering a new mural. Here are a few to get you started.
This year's International AntwerpPhoto Festival covers a variety of photographic styles, from personal up-close portraits to experimental and controversial works.
A selection of photos from Outforia has shown a prediction of how climate change will affect 10 of the world's natural wonders, including The North Pole.
The action in Brussels, organised by COMAC students, aimed to fight against discrimination based on gender identity, skin colour and sexual orientation.
A new exhibition in central Brussels is putting the spotlight on 100 women and the part they played during the coronavirus crisis
A new exhibition in Brussels that wants to highlight the contribution made by women during COVID-19 will open its this Friday outside of Bourse.
Three out of four students at KU Leuven said they felt lonely as a result of the coronavirus, a recent survey conducted by the university's student council found.
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