Bouw mee aan de toekomst van de Brusselse gemeenschapscentra
Contribuez à façonner l’avenir des centres communautaires bruxellois
Contribute to the future of Brussels community centers
Brussels is a city on the move. And N22 – the network of Brussels community centres – is keeping pace with the city. We want to give Brussels' residents a say in the future of community centres. Do you have ideas for our community centres? Join in with the N100!
What is the N100?
The N100 brings together 100 Brussels residents. We select these Brussels residents by drawing lots. We thus ensure that the diversity of Brussels itself is represented in the N100.
How does it work?
If you are selected for the N100, you will meet twice. The first meeting will take place on Saturday April 20 (instead of March 23), and the second on Saturday 18 May, from 10am to 6pm each time.
You will have an opportunity to get to know the Brussels community centres and other Brussels residents better. You will share your ideas and experiences and, along with the other participants, consider what the community centres could do for you in the future.
What do we expect from you?
You don't have to do anything beforehand. You don't have to be an expert or have undergone any training. What is important is your experience as a Brussels resident and your perception. The two meetings will be facilitated by professionals to allow you to express your ideas.
And the result?
After each meeting, the facilitators will share your ideas with the people from the community centres. The community centres are always keen to find out how to do more for you and will gain various, great ideas for their future from the N100.
Which language(s) can you use to participate?
In the N100, you can speak Dutch, French or English. You can bring a friend if you speak a different language or if you need extra support.
You will receive compensation
To facilitate your participation, you will receive a volunteer fee of €40 per meeting. The selected participants can look forward to compensation, engaging meetings, lunch, childcare and accessibility for people with disabilities.
Put yourself forward as a candidate!
Apply through February 29. You can apply through this online form. Contact us at 02 563 05 78 (during office hours), 0490 67 82 56 or firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to help you. We will draw the N100 at the end of January.