Brussels Healthy City Region wants to show its gratitude to its financial partners, without whom our projects would never have been so successful.
Sharing of the available demographic, social and health data on the borough or neighbourhood of the project scope (statistical sectors); Definition of quantitative and/or qualitative health criteria (outcome) and/or relevant intermediary criteria related to the project developed in partnership with the participants;
Help with project assessments through analysis of gathered data (depending on the chosen indicators; different when assessment of projects in both scopes or global assessment of Healthy City project); Provision of documents and tools available in our database.
Link with other competencies
Use of the network as a resource and communication vector in the Flemish Community
Communication (methodological help, editing, publication of files for journalists, media contacts, ...)
Link with economic sector and urban renewal
The methodological support, including assessment processes for organisations or individuals who develop projects and field activities.
Initiation and support for sectoral and intersectoral collaboration and coordination in the Brussels-Capital Region
A documentation center, spreading and relaying information
Provision of document centre with a few thousands of documents and an internal database of 4,000 addresses feeding the Bruxelles Social website.
Coordination of different services, aimed both at citizens and professionals in the non profit sector: editing of brochures, organisation of events, translations, creation of websites.
Link with VGC, other departments and their resources
Provision of course material, trainings
Link with the field in the Flemish Community
Trainings and methodology
Contact with the various partners of the Territorial Pact for Employment
Transmission of information
Addition of intersectoral vision
Contract for Economy and Employment (C&E)
Urban planning, including management of building permits and infractions, instruction of reports and incidence studies;
Monuments and sites, including archaeology, the inventory of our built heritage and the organisation of the 'Journées du Patrimoine/Open Monumentendagen';
Studies and planning, including regional plans and regulations;
Urban renewal and the execution of the revitalisation of neighbourhoods;
Housing, including information and subsidies for renovation and embellishment;
Regional housing inspection, supervising the application of the Housing Code.
Contact with social housing sector.
Specific methodological help in housing sector.
Measurement of environmental quality indicators
Help with choice of indicators
Interface between health and environmental problems
Interface with NEHAP (National Environment and Health Action Plan)
Methodological help with planning and management of green spaces
Trainings by eco-advisors
Regional service against indoor pollution (CRIPI/Habitat-Santé)
Methodological help with project start-up
Contact with different partners sponsored by regional research
Provision of university studies
Search for university experts
Distribution of results found
Provision of information about network and functioning of STIB
Support for local projects through prevention cell of STIB (active in subway stations and in contact with local associations and boroughs)
Group visits of STIB network or workshops (including school visits)
Bruxelles Propreté/Net Brussels
Development and test of 'sorting ambassadors' in neighbourhoods
'Clean neighbourhoods' operation
Bulky waste and test of 'mobile container park'
The Brusselse Welzijnsraad stimulates affordable healthcare for every Brussels citizen through transversal work in order to innovate and to improve quality in the Dutch-speaking well-being and healthcare areas.
Expert partner for themes related to well-being.
Link with consultation and networks in well-being sector.