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Use your Signature Strengths to Navigate a Global World in Transition - Workshop Speaker Claudia Ritter

Use your Signature Strengths to Navigate a Global World in Transition - Workshop Speaker Claudia Ritter Today’s world is undoubtedly Volatile,Uncertain,Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA). The polarization of debates in politics, economics, the social sphere and the media - man vs woman, old vs young, left vs right – creates simplified versions of reality. How do we navigate this global landscape in transition without losing our identity? How do we develop a growth mindset, spot emerging opportunities and communicate confidently? And how do we live our values – be it at home, at work, or at play?

Antonello Venditti at La Giornata Italia

Fondation Euritalia, in collaboration with BEIT LIVE
presents:
ANTONELLO VENDITTI 
in live concert at “La Giornata Italiana”

Info & Tickets: www.beitlive.com

Don’t say Brussels Central, say Bruegel Central

With the opening of Beyond Bruegel, the cornerstone event of the year dedicated to the master of the Flemish Renaissance, Brussels’ Central Station has been redubbed ‘Bruegel Central’. “Even 450 years after his death, Bruegel speaks to the imagination,” said Flanders’ tourism minister, Ben Weyts...

Spring concert - "Musicals"

The Swedish Choir of Brussels (Belgium) and the choir "Stämbandet" (Sweden) present their favourite tunes from musicals like "Mamma Mia", "The Lion King§", "Phantom of the Opera", Chess, and many more.

Belgium to pass law that makes denial of genocide illegal

The federal parliament will vote later this month to adopt an EU directive making it illegal to deny that genocides took place. The announcement coincided with Charles Michel’s speech in Kigali at the weekend during the ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. In Belgium, the...

Air pollution problems should clear from Tuesday

Monday was Belgium's worst day for air pollution so far this year - with a large part of the country exceeding the safe limit for fine particles. High concentrations of PM10 particles were first recorded on Sunday, above 50 μg/m³. At-risk groups, including the elderly, young children and people...

Parliament to open investigation into SNCB's role in Holocaust deportations

A resolution to investigate the role of SNCB in the deportation of thousands of Jews during the Second World War has been unanimously passed by Belgium's federal parliament. The Belgian rail operator publicly acknowledged its involvement in 2012, with then-managing director Jannie Haek describing...

Unexpected win for 103rd Tour of Flanders

The Oude Kwaremont, the cobblestoned road that climbs the Kluisberg in the Flemish Ardennes and the longest of the Tour of Flanders’ gruelling climbs, was the deciding factor in yesterday’s race. Italian cyclist Alberto Bettiol won the annual cycle road race, to the surprise of everyone, including...

18 ideas to get the family out and about this spring, from zip wires to zoos

Walibi is a family-favourite for all ages, including rides such as new roller coaster Tiki-Waka. Aqualibi is a Caribbean-themed indoor pool complex with slides, wave pool and kids’ zone. 6 April-3 November Test your acrobatic skills and head for heights at Aventure Parc Wavre , a treetop park with...

Brussels parliament backs regional voting rights for foreigners

The Brussels parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion allowing foreigners to vote in regional elections. The parliament's four majority coalition partners - PS, CHD, CdH and sp.a - all backed the proposal, as did the opposition Ecolo and Groen parties. The N-VA, Vlaams Belang and...

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