Update #19: Brussels2030 is looking for an intern in Communication
Brussels2030 is in charge of preparing Brussels’ candidacy to become the European Capital of Culture in 2030. Discover our mission and activities on brussels2030.be. The offices are located at 63 Avenue d’Auderghem, 1040 Etterbeek (near Schuman and Place Jourdan). Profile General Communication Tasks Offer ApplyKeep reading
Update #18: How do young people in Brussels see their future in 2030? Speak Up Brussels! gives a voice to the adults of tomorrow!
Speak Up Brussels! is an invitation to all young people in Brussels between the ages of 15 and 30 and to all youth organizations (associations, schools, academies, sports centers, and collectives) working directly with them to make their voices heard on the future of their city in 2030. In the context of Brussels’ candidacy to…Keep reading
Update #17: Fatima Zibouh joins Jan Goossens as co-mission holder with Brussels2030
Brussels2030 is pleased to announce the choice for Fatima Zibouh as the new co-mission holder alongside Jan Goossens. Appointed following an open selection procedure, Fatima Zibouh is an expert on diversity and inclusion issues. She is also involved in cultural issues in Brussels and completed her doctoral thesis on the cultural and artistic expressions of…Keep reading
Update #16: We answered questions at the Brussels Parliament (video)
On 23/01/2023, we were received at the Brussels Parliament to give an update on our city project and answer the many questions of the MEPs. Here you can watch the full session of the Brussels Parliament’s Finance and General Affairs Committee on Brussels2030, European Capital of Culture. Revisit our presentation at the Brussels Parliament:Keep reading
Update #15: Round tables with 19 museums
We continue to inform and bring all of Brussels together towards a common city project! In November, we met with 25 representatives from 19 museums and explored ways of working together on our candidacy. In three round tables, we presented our vision for 2030, looked back on the Summer Assembly and the Summer activities, and…Keep reading
Update #14: Read the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly Post Report
The Brussels2030 Summer Assembly is a key pillar in preparation of the Brussels’ candidacy as European Capital of Culture. The first edition was organized at Tour à Plomb from Monday July 4th till Friday July 8th 2022. The one-week event offered a dynamic program with keynotes, co-creation labs, bar talks, site visits, walkshops, film screenings and…Keep reading
Update #13: Brussels2030 moves forward: call to applications to motivated candidates to carry out the project Brussels2030 European Capital of Culture
UPDATE 17/10: VACANCIES HAVE BEEN CLOSED A little over a year ago, the government of the Brussels Capital Region mandated Jan Goossens and Hadja Lahbib to prepare Brussels’ candidacy as European Capital of Culture in 2030. “Brussels2030” is a great and inspiring project for our city, and for our region. Brussels2030 has chosen not only…Keep reading
Update #12: Read our first interim report to the Brussels government
Hadja Lahbib and Jan Goossens took office as the Brussels Government’s commissioners in the spring of 2021. This position includes the preparation of Brussels’ bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2030. In this report, we address our work and answer a number of specific questions, as requested in the agreement we concluded with…Keep reading
Update #11: Watch the videos of the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly
Throughout the week, Alina, Yasmina, Aya, Mohamed, Yassine, Wassim, Hachem, Youssra and Salma followed the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly under the enthusiastic guidance of Zakaria El Bakkali. In the framework of the Cine-Photo Workshop of the House of Cultures and Social Cohesion of Molenbeek, they made these two video reports. Part 1 Part 2Keep reading
Update #10: This was the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly!
Update #10: This was the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly! Almost a 1.000 people have been joining the first Brussels2030 Summer Assembly. Among you were many professionals from cultural, social, public and academic organisations from Brussels and far beyond. Together, we layed the first foundations for a cultural capital of Europe! Below, you find the summary of…Keep reading
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