The COVID-19 pandemic has not spared Brussels. Belgium took lockdown measures in mid-March and at the time of writing they are expected to last until the beginning of May. Due to this, some of CALICO’s ongoing work has been put on hold : the construction works have been halted partially or completely on different occasions, and the future inhabitants have stopped meeting altogether in order to stay safe in their homes as long as necessary for the situation to improve. It does not mean however
Would you like to meet other children or teenagers in Brussels? You could share your current experiences, learn more about life in other neighbourhoods, exchange ideas for games, crafts etc. ?
If you are interested, send an email to the following address email@example.com. Please include:
- Your age
- Your postal address
- Which school year you are in
- Provide parental permission
- Do not worry about language errors. Drawings are also accepted!
During this period of lockdown, CLTB members have been sharing their experiences with us. You are also warmly invited to share yours. Please find the contact at the bottom of this page.
In the coming year, Monique will be living in a residence as part of the intergenerational CALICO project in Forest. As a home caregiver, she has been playing an important role during this period of confinement.
Philippe lives in Anderlecht, next to the Le Nid housing project. For Philippe, CLTB