The digital revolution is changing all aspects of our society, and the healthcare sector is no exception. Wallonia is already riding the digital wave through many e-health initiatives and is preparing a strategy to further streamline its policy.
Dance companies, arts centres and workplaces open their doors to give audiences in Flanders and Brussels a taste of what the local contemporary scene has been up to lately.
London-born Australian artist Irene Barberis first got interested in the Book of Revelation in the 1980s. "No women had worked with the full cycle of the Apocalypse and I wanted to fill the gap," she says.
The Brussels Short Film Festival is pulling out all the stops to celebrate its 20th year, with more than 300 films to enjoy as well as parties, freebies, workshops, all night sessions and more.
You sometimes have to hunt hard in Belgium to find interesting gardens and parks. They’re not as carefully mapped as the gardens of England or Italy, but you can find some beautiful secret spots if you know where to look. Here are eight that are worth tracking down.