Are you between 15 and 19 years old and have you been in Belgium for less than 5 years? Are you free this summer?
All our services will be exceptionally closed on Friday 19/1.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Attention, there are some changes in our opening hours of December:
- All our offices will be closed on 21/12 as from 1 pm and between 25/12 until 1/1 included.
- Bon Brussel (Philippe de Champagnestraat 23) will also be closed on 3/1 at 4 pm (instead of 6.30 pm).
- Bon Schaarbeek will be closed on 22/12
- Bon Anderlecht will be closed on 22/12 and from 2/1 until 5/1
BRUZZ, Brussels' newschannel, visited Masir Avenir, bon's summer course for young immigrants. During a session of improv theatre, they tap into their deepest emotions. Watch the item here.
Last stop for this travelling exhibition is Tour & Taxis, where you can dive into these forgotten stories until July 31st.
bon – the Agency of Integration and Citizenship is part of the international project “Local Welcoming Policies for EU migrants” together with 7 other European organisations/cities.
The 'Agentschap Integratie & Inburgering' and several partners are starting a living labs project for low-literate women with young children at the start of January 2016. We're looking for 20 participants in Brussels.
bon teamed up with the Royal Belgian Library and the Amsab Institute to organise "Homeland 14-18". The exhibition looks back on the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Belgian people during WWI and brings some personal stories of today's newcomers in light of these historic events.
Every first Thursday of the month, from 18h to 21h30, Pianofabriek Citylab, bon and Immigr'Arte organise a cooking workshop in Dutch, French and English.
“I have three brothers and five sisters. Two of my sisters are still with my parents in Syria. I myself have fled three years ago. One brother and sister now live in Lebanon. One sister took her husband and family to Germany. Two of my brothers moved to Turkey, one of my sisters is on her way. The war in Syria has been going on for four years now. None of us would have left the country if it hadn't been for the war."