With technology and digital innovation transforming the workplace, visionary educator Dr Stephen Spurr tackles the pressing problem for schools in his talk The future of education.
Trump Not Welcome march in Brussels
Police estimate that 9,000 people attended a "Trump Not Welcome" protest to coincide with the US president's arrival in Brussels on Wednesday evening. We speak to some of the participants.
The House of European History opened in Brussels last week, the culmination of an idea first proposed 10 years ago by German politician Hans-Gert Pöttering, the then-president of the European parliament.
Brussels has taken a while to embrace street art - whether it be the city's art institutions or the government. But recently various efforts have snowballed and the past two weeks have seen the simultaneous flowering of various projects.
After the sudden death of music promoter Marc Klein in the summer of 2016 and the bankruptcy of his Brussels-based Jazztronaut, it seemed there would be no 22nd edition of the popular Brussels Jazz Marathon.
It’s already home to the quirky jazz fountain where supersized statues of music-playing African animals spew water in the middle of a busy roundabout. Then there’s the sculpture of a monkey, staring pensively at passers-by in a street as he paints a portrait.