Brunch talk

Traces of colonialism in our thinking (fully booked)

© Municipality of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe

Georgine Dibua, a member of the expert group on the decolonisation of public space in the Brussels-Capital Region and a coordinator at the non-profit organisation Bakushinta, which works to promote a decolonial approach to the history of the congolese community in Belgium, will lead a discussion on issues related to the transmission of memory and the work of decolonising public space and heritage. She will be joined for the debate by other representatives of the Congolese diaspora, mainly from the artistic field. The aim is to compare different perspectives on this issue based on individual experiences and to see how those experiences fit with the wider context.

In cooperation with the Municipality of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe.

Practical information

Sun. at 12:00 (trilingual FR/NL/EN) (duration: 1 hour 30 minutes)

W:Halll (‘Passerelle’ room), Avenue Charles Thielemans/Charles Thielemanslaan 93, Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe

Advance booking required. Up to 30 people.