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.
A library has gradually been set up with the ambition of creating a documentation centre on poverty, homelessness and related subjects. It contains conference proceedings, institutional reports, professional handbooks, newspapers, magazines, essays and literature.
On 7 October 2018, the fourth edition of DoucheFLUX (sun)DAY took place in the DoucheFLUX Day-centre festively decorated for the occasion. It is an open day with convivial atmosphere, where one can learn more about DoucheFLUX.
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.
Objectif D.F.V.P., or Dept Forgiveness for the Very Poor, is an appeal – do sign! – which resulted from an inspired debate during a Think Tank in 2016.
Every year, on Whit Monday, DoucheFLUX holds a stretch party and flea market. A great occasion for our neighbours – and everyone who is interested – to get to know DoucheFLUX and vice versa. Next street party on 10 July 2019!