The Beit Project closes 2020

In mid December 2020, Mathilde, Marine, Camille, Pauline, Enric, Nadir, and Louise met at the Halles Saint Géry in Brussels to follow their training as facilitator, supervised by Alexandre and Kim, our new Brussels coordinator. Between discovering the heritage of the district with the guide Thierry Bracconier, listening to the testimony of Bella Swiatlowski – “hidden child”, meeting with Marie Cappart, historian and genealogist, and appropriating the Beit methodology, the program was rich and intense.

The team is therefore complete. They are ready to carry out this new Brussels edition from January 18th. Students will be welcomed for the first time in the Halles Saint-Géry, located in the heart of the historic city center. A magical place resembling a covered market whose walls are full of history to tell to participants. We warmly thank the establishments and teachers – Institut De Mot Couvreur, the Charles Buls school, the Don Bosco college and Claire-vivre school, as well as our partners – Halles Saint-Géry and the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, who believe us in this citizen and European project.

At the heart of a particular health situation, The Beit Project appears for certain to be an all the more important opportunity to seize in order to encourage students to question themselves, to express themselves, to create. Despite restrictive measures, our teams and local supporters have shown adaptability and inventiveness so that the nomadic citizenship school does not take a break in its roaming in 2020. The bet succeeded!

We will meet again at the start of the 2021 school year for the rest of the adventures!
Happy holidays to all.

The Beit Project

Creating Consciousness
Urban Heritage and European Plurality

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