Globe Aroma provides support to refugees, migrants and illegal immigrants in their art whilst giving them the opportunity to discover a wide range of cultural offerings in Brussels.
In this series, we present the capital of Belgium and Europe as a breeding ground for new artistic, political and societal developments.
The post-war transformation of Brussels was a traumatising experience for a large proportion of its population.
Social and political changes are forcing Brussels to rethink its governance. But there is little room to manoeuvre.
When Sulaiman Addonia moved to Brussels, he felt thrown back into the time of Oliver Twist. But the author gradually changed, and with him his multi-layered view of the city.
The city held the title in 2000 but did not make an overwhelming impression on the outside world.