In March, the coronavirus forced us collectively to stay at home. By necessity, we had to take the participation trajectory known as Stadspiratie down a notch. A good number of Brussels residents still continued to post their ideas for Brussels on the online ideas platform, but all the live workshops and meetings were cancelled. That is still the case. We would, however, like to offer residents and organisations the opportunity to collect ideas online until 30 June. Therefore, on Wednesday, 3 June (10-12am) we are holding an online Stadspiratie session. Brussels organisations will also be given the chance to hold Stadspiratie sessions for their own audience, team or volunteers.
We will replace the “Brussels day” scheduled for 6 June with online Brussels workshops on Friday, 3 July for organisations and Saturday, 4 July for residents. With (maximum) 100 residents and organisations, we will discuss the ideas that have been submitted and will turn them into concrete policy proposals for the VGC’s multi-year plan for 2021-2025.
11-12-2020 For the first time in the history of the VGC, ‘het College’ of the Flemish Community Commission (VGC) presents a strategic multi-year policy plan. ... read more
15-10-2020 Thank you for your ideas for Brussels! The Board of the Flemish Community Commission presents the report to you. Be sure to watch the video. And re... read more