On 20 March 2019, the 65 member organisations of the survivinginbrussels.be community will launch a digital (web) platform that offers all information relating to the needs of people in a precarious situation.
survivinginbrussels.be helps people whether homeless or not, with poor or any means of subsistance, with or without documents to find their way through the maze of social services in Brussels, which many people don’t know exist or don’t know how to access.
The web site draws on 23 needs and guides the visitor easily and intuitively towards up to date and complete information.
Wednesday 20 March 2019 at 11.00
At Muntpunt, place de la Monnaie/Muntplein 6, 1000 Brussels
The official launch will be followed by a press conference, in the presence of all organisations and volunteers that have taken part in de development of survivinginbrussels.be and the State Secretary of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Regional and Community Informatics and Digital Transition, and Equal Opportunities.