The new building (650m2) which harbours the day-care centre offers showers, a launderette, lockers, basic health care and psychosocial support, wellness services... 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.
Can poverty yield knowledge? But, more fundamentally, is it always knowledge, and under what conditions? Does recognising this knowledge bring empowerment? Does it increase the poor’s their power to act, or does is only bring dignity to something undignified, without providing a means for them to escape from the initial inequality that has defined them? Come and debate with us on 3 May 2018.
You didn’t know yet? On Wednesday afternoon, DoucheFLUX opens its doors exclusively for women (en their children, of course!) at 13.00.
Support five Brussels-based welfare associations – one of them is DoucheFLUX – during the Brussels 20km race on 27 May 2018. Run with the BrunX team or sponsor the courageous runners!
Survivinginbrussels.be is an online Information desk, developed in cooperation with other agencies active in the field, which will help poor people find their way through the maze of social services available in Brussels.