Preview: Multilingualism at work takes centre stage during the third Brussels Multilingualism Day

Multilingualism at work takes centre stage during the third Brussels Multilingualism Day

On Saturday, the third Multilingualism Day took place in the Brussels parliament. Under the motto '[email protected]', the central topic of discussion was multilingualism in the business world. The winning projects of the project call on multilingualism in companies were also announced.

Invitation for the press: Day of Multilingualism- Betalky @Work. About multilingualism in Brussels companies

Brussels to host world congress on urban development

Brussels to host world congress on urban development

The Brussels Urban Summit will take place at Mont des Arts from 12 to 15 June 2023. Policy makers, experts and the civil society from more than 350 major cities will take part in this important international congress.

Save the date 24/9/22: Brussels Multilingualism Day

Save the date 24/9/22: Brussels Multilingualism Day

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Urban Sessions turns Brussels into a four-day urban sports festival

Urban Sessions turns Brussels into a four-day urban sports festival

Urban Sessions Brussels, the largest urban sports festival ever organised in Belgium, is expecting more than 25,000 visitors of all ages during its first edition from 30 June to 3 July. The organisers announced this at their press conference on 31 May. The free four-day festival is focused on urban lifestyle and action sports, with the first international UCI BMX Freestyle World Cup in our country, as the main highlight.

BECI launches project call 'Betalky.Brussels 2022-2023' to promote multilingualism in Brussels’ companies

This Summer Brussels Welcomes New Urban Festival

This Summer Brussels Welcomes New Urban Festival

The world’s best BMX freestyle athletes to compete in a large-scale action sports event for the first time in Belgium.

New book Minister Gatz: Multilingualism is crucial for our country

New book Minister Gatz: Multilingualism is crucial for our country

In "The Future is Multilingual", Sven Gatz describes how bilingual, French-dominated Brussels became the beating heart of Europe, saw the rise of the English language and grew into the metropolis it is today. In-depth interviews with multilingual Brussels residents and academics paint the picture of a unique metropolis. Like many European cities are for their country, Brussels is a reflection of the Belgium of tomorrow. And our language skills will play a major role in it. That is why Minister Gatz developed ten concrete proposals to anchor multilingualism in Brussels.

Invitation for the press: Study day on multilingualism

Invitation for the press: Study day on multilingualism

On Saturday 12 February, Brussels Minister Sven Gatz is organising a study day on multilingualism. After the creation of a Council for Multilingualism and the Day of Multilingualism, which has already taken place for two consecutive years, this is a new initiative by Minister Gatz to promote multilingualism.

Sven Gatz launches Slam Contest for Brussels youth

Sven Gatz launches Slam Contest for Brussels youth

Brussels Minister Sven Gatz, responsible for the promotion of multilingualism and the image of Brussels, is launching a new poetry contest for young people up to 25 years old: the BeTalky Slam Contest. The assignment is simple: describe how beautiful Brussels is in ten lines and in several languages.

Save the date : The futur is multilingual

Save the date : The futur is multilingual

Second Brussels Multilingual Day puts multilingual education in the picture

Second Brussels Multilingual Day puts multilingual education in the picture

On Saturday, the second Brussels Multilingualism Day took place in the Brussels Parliament and other locations in Brussels. Under the motto Let's BeTalky Again, the central theme of this edition was multilingual education.

The second Brussels Multilingualism Day will highlight the diversity of languages in Brussels schools.

The second Brussels Multilingualism Day will highlight the diversity of languages in Brussels schools.

Press invitation - 25 September 2021 - Brussels Multilingualism Day - 2nd edition.

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Sven Gatz
Brussels minister voor Financiën, Begroting, Ambtenarenzaken en Meertaligheid
Vlaams minister van Brusselse Aangelegenheden
Avenue des Arts, 9
1210 Brussels