WOMEN NOW is a non-profit, feminist and multicultural organisation aiming at the promotion of gender equality and equal opportunities for our specific target population: migrant women, children, older persons and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Oasis Network

Réseau Oasis is a temporary and confidential emergency hosting service provided by citizens for women (with or without children) and members of the LGTBIQIA+ community who are being victims of gender-based and intrafamily violence in the Brussels-Capital Region.


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Collective WHAM! LABS

The WHAM! Labs Project, thanks to the support of Equal Brussels, has as its main objective the creation of intersectional … Continue


Transformation Time

“TransFormation TIME” is a project aimed to the migrant transgender community in Brussels whose goal is to make this community … Continue


Share and Like

“Share and Like” is an information and awareness campaign on cyberbullying funded by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and endorsed by the … Continue


Notre voix

“Notre voix” (in English, “Our voice”) is a project for migrant female seniors aiming to promote positive ageing and fight … Continue

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Coffee among ma.mis “without borders”

It is a space for meeting, exchange, and collective creation around motherhood in exile and displacement. A project created by … Continue


The Donneries Nomades

What is a “donnerie”? Donneries Nomades is a network of temporary free shops open to the general public. We collect … Continue


The Iris Festival

In 2023, the Brussels region celebrated its 34th anniversary with a weekend of festivities at the Iris Festival. The Iris … Continue


Results of the “Clair-Obscur” campaign

On Friday, December 2, we had the pleasure of celebrating the launch of our campaign to raise awareness of violence … Continue

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