Once a month, Feedtruck heads off in it’s van with its team of volunteers, cooking virtuosos and a singer, musician, magician, to prepare a real birthday party for homeless people / those living in precarious circumstances who were born that month.
Anyone can draw, whether you are a professional artist or a beginner in the craft: it is the journey, not the destination, that counts. That is why this workshop is designed to be flexible and tailored to the needs and desires of each participant.
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.
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.
Here is the Spring edition of the DoucheFLUX Magazine! Discover here the editorial and buy your own copy for only 2€ from one of the numerous vendors in Brussels.
On 16 December 2018, people living in precarious situations will be the stars of the show, selling various creations, food items, winter drinks and second-hand objects. 100% of profits go to the sellers!
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.
Atelier couture avec animatrice et atelier tricot libre, le mercredi après-midi 100% femmes. Gratuit et sans inscription préalable.
DoucheFLUX organises sport activities three times a week: running and swimming. Accompanied by a professional, participants learn ‘hints and tips’ to play sports in a way that respects the body, taking into account everyone’s limits and capabilities.
The work group ‘Les précaires en colère’ which gathered during the first Open Assembly of Droit à un Toit/Recht op een Dak gave birth to this Syndicat des Immenses. DoucheFLUX opens its doors to their weekly gatherings on Thursday.
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.