All DoucheFLUX activities are run by teams which include people who are vulnerable or who have experienced homelessness. They aim to give these people a voice, and to raise public awareness, both among the general public and among specific target groups, so as to promote informed discussion of poverty and homelessness.
A homeless person’s ambition isn’t to die clean, having recovered his dignity, his self-esteem and his rights, but to live in dignity in affordable accommodation. DoucheFLUX must avoid being complicit in a system which accepts the unacceptable.
This is not about a film club or a nice pass-time… But about films which stimulate and enrich the debate. Often poignant, sometimes disturbing, always relevant, each subject covers an aspect of the problem of extreme poverty.
Co-written by the destitute, DoucheFLUX Magazine seeks to raise public awareness about poverty. Discover our latest issue, or better, buy your own copy for only 2€ from one of the numerous vendors in Brussels!
The aim is to raise awareness among secondary-school students about the problem of homelessness in Brussels and to feed their reflections as future citizens by questioning their prejudices.
La Voix de la Rue (The Voice of the Street, in French) is broadcast on Radio Panik (105.4 FM) once a month. It discusses issues related to poverty, chosen by the editorial team, which is made up of homeless people.
Outside!, the board game about life on the street is an entertaining way to raise awareness about the issue of extreme poverty by discovering the reality of homelessness.
DoucheFLUX proposes training sessions for running. Accompanied by a professional, participants learn ‘hints and tips’ for running in a way that respects the body, and taking into account everyone’s limits and capabilities.
New activity! Every Thursday at 14:30. Sign up in time, the number of places is limited!
People rarely give much thought to what it means to be homeless. The think tank tries to approach homelessness from as many different angles as possible.