DoucheFLUX seeks to restore people's energy, dignity and self-esteem, so that they can start rebuilding their own future, by escaping homelessness or avoiding a return to it.
Activities & courses
Our radio team wanted to know more about survivinginbrussels.be, a web app they nicknamed ‘the survival kit’. How does it work? What is the purpose? What is te target audience? Re- listen to the latest Voix de la Rue programme on line or on Radio Panik on 3 August.
DoucheFLUX Scoops are events of interest to homeless and destitute people. They include one-off services or activities, meetings, events, conferences and presentations of useful information. Next Scoop, on 27 August 2019, provides legal information for people without legal residency and asylum seekers, by lawyers of . Click for more information.
DoucheFLUX Open Doors is a chance for the general public to visit our day centre. An informative and friendly event to note in your agenda: Sunday, 20 October 2019!
Platforms of regional relevance
Since July 2017, Droit à un toit/Recht op een dak ('Right to a roof'), a movement started by those involved in the fight against poverty in Brussels, has been mobilising all those who are determined to put an end to homelessness in the Brussels Region to take part in specific actions.