Tag Archives: Brussels

Restorative Justice and social conflict

By Mario Ragazzi Despite the general drop in temperatures, the political climate of this Autumn season in Belgium is extremely hot. On Thursday 6th November more than hundred thousand workers, union members and political activists marched in Brussels to protest … Continue reading

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Fenced, wired, walled: Endangered life

By Brunilda Pali This reflection was steered from a visit to Anneessens quarter, located right at the heart of Brussels city centre. Despite the central location, the quarter is an extremely impoverished area, with high population density, high unemployment rate, … Continue reading

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