Transformation Time

“TransFormation TIME” is a project aimed to the migrant transgender community in Brussels whose goal is to make this community more visible and to provide a space for information and dialogue for trans migrants in Brussels. In this space, various topics of interest to the community in question are discussed.

Women Now offers information and dialogue workshops aimed at the migrant trans community in Brussels at our premises in the center of Brussels. This information and dialogue workshop takes place once a month for 2 hours and is followed by a short coffee-debate.

Each workshop covers different themes: health, psychology, sexuality, discrimination, etc. The meetings are moderated by people who are experts in each of the topics presented. These workshops give the migrant trans community the opportunity to express themselves freely and share the problems they face on a daily basis and thus create a small community.

The objective of the project is to give visibility to the trans migrant community of Brussels and to offer a space for dialogue and freedom. This project is carried out with the support of Equal Brussel.

Our next session will take place on December 14, 2022. Stay tuned!

(Rue Marché aux Herbes 105. Galerie Agora, 3è étage)

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