The camp will take place in a building in Brussels. Most activities will take place on the ground floor, with the possibility of moving every activity to the ground floor to ensure everyting is accessible for people with reduced mobility.
There is no sleeping possible at the location. If you need a place to sleep, let us know in this form.
Language and interpretation (incl. sign language)
We offer interpretation of workshops into French, English and Dutch, provided we can find enough volunteers (this has not been an issue in the past). We’ll also offer interpretation of the panels into flemish and french sign language (VGT and LSBF). If you would like attend a specific workshop, please le tus know at email@example.com , so we can see what’s possible!
Food and drinks
There will be a kitchen space, where the Kokerellen collective will prepare delicious vegan meals for us on free donations (the real cost being 7€/person/day, but everyone can participate according to their means).
Accomodation for children
There will be several workshops aimed specifically at younger audiences, check out the programme when it goes live. Besides that there’s a small “adventure playground” where kids are welcome to play and build. If you’re coming with kids, please let us know through the form, so we can provide supervision for the playground.
Getting together in caucuses
There will be several workshops on the camp limited to specific groups (including a space for BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, Feminist). These spaces won’t be permanent, because of a lack of space. Keep an eye on the programme to see when these workshops will take place.
There will be a quiet zone for people wishing to rest, think, meditate etc.
Toilets & Showers
There will be dry toilets, including wheelchair-accessible ones. The content of the toilets after the camp will be taken care of by Poo-pee-do asbl, for which we’re very grateful :).
As there’s no possibility to sleep at the location there will be no showers this year.