LGBT : le coming-out du social ?
- LGBT : le coming-out du social ?
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La Base, émission n°108 - Field Rec Lubumbashi
- La Base, émission n°108 - Field Rec Lubumbashi
A selection of soundscapes recorded in Lubumbashi by BNA-BBOT in October-November 2022.
Bruxitizen 2022 : Youth for change
- Youth for change
A live broadcast in BNA-BBOT's studio by Yosra, Joelle, Rabiatou and Nawel, students from Université Saint-Louis participating in the radio workshop of the Bruxitizen project, a collaboration with Agence Alter.
Bruxitizen in brief:
Since 2012, as part of its project Bruxitizen, which will take place between October 2022 and May 2023, Agence Alter has been offering young people from secondary and higher education institutions the opportunity to debate social issues. Bruxitizen consists of workshops and debates to learn about and compare points of view and encourage encounters between different social actors, different generations, etc. Bruxitizen is also a participatory and citizen journalism system that enables young people to learn about journalistic techniques.
For this new edition 2022-2023, the project will mobilise students around the theme of youth participation.
The programme includes exchanges and sharing of experiences on the different forms of participation (political, activist, etc.), as well as a reflection on the real impact of youth participation, its results and the obstacles they may encounter.
With the cooperation of :
Bernard De Vos, General Delegate for the Rights of the Child
Assia Stitou, president of a university circle
Assia Chikri, member of a political party
And Lionel Kayigamba, member of the association Opération Thermos.
A programme produced in collaboration with BNA-BBOT.
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La Base, broadcast n°107 - TRACES
- 107 - Traces
A live broadcast with the BNA mobile studio to talk about TRACES.
After having explored and gleaned the memories, feelings and social criticism that are embodied in the neighbourhoods of Laeken, Caliban Ramirez and "Les Eux" from the Crustacés collective come to talk to us about their sound and visual exhibition "TRACES" which opens on Saturday 3 December from 3pm to 8pm on the station site of the Maison de la Création (former station of Laeken).
All connected by the rush of things. We are all aware that something is happening that is beyond us.
On the trail of a common world: what is different in each of us but what we all have within us.
An investigation into the mosaic of feelings in Laeken. A genealogy of feelings to link experiences. To create the common from the common problems
Young people and participation
Live recording by BNA at Saint-Louis University during a roundtable discussion on youth participation in the democratic and political space.
The meeting will mark the launch of the 10th edition of the Bruxitizen project, launched by Agence Alter in 2012.
For the 10th edition of the Bruxitizen project, which will take place from October 2022 to May 2023, Agence Alter is offering young people from secondary and higher education institutions the opportunity to debate social issues. Bruxitizen is a set of workshops and debates to initiate and confront points of view and encourage encounters between different social actors and different generations. It is also a mechanism of participation and citizen journalism that offers young people an opportunity to learn journalistic techniques.
Youth participation is the focus of this edition.
2022 is the European Year of Youth. According to the European Union, it is an opportunity to "highlight the importance of youth in building a better future: greener, more inclusive and digital". As the conference on the future of Europe draws to a close, hundreds of young people have been invited to discuss their participation in public life and reflect on where they want to be.
Today's young people are tomorrow's adults. Their active participation is necessary to create a more democratic, more inclusive and more inclusive society. Participation is also a fundamental right acknowledged by the International Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The 2022/23 edition of the Bruxitizen project is about participation and the place of young people in the democratic and political space:
- Youth participation as a voice of youth and involvement in decision-making
- Youth participation as civic action and youth activism
To launch this new edition and its reflections, we invite you to take part in the roundtable that will take place on Friday 28 October, from 18:00 to 19:30, at the University Saint-Louis - room 1200 (access via Saint-Louis car park) Rue Marais 119, 1000 Brussels.
This is a public event open to all, where three speakers will share their experiences and views on the topic of participation:
Magali Plovie, MP of the Brussels Capital Region and municipal councillor of ECOLO
Véronique De Thier, policy officer of the Federation of Parents and Parents' Associations of Official Education (Fapéo)
Selen Onur, European Youth Dialogue delegate for the Youth Forum
Moderator: Chaïma El Yayhiaoui, criminologist and BruXitizen project manager for Agence Alter
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Podcasts | Bruxitizen
School inequalities: parents take to the front line!
- School inequalities: parents take to the front line!
A podcast about women's friendship as a source of emancipation and political solidarity, supported by BNA (mixing and hosting).
- Radia Show 911
A creation for Radia Network.
RADIO TOUT-LE-TEMPS, BNA-BBOT : :
On February 24, 2022, the Brussels organization BNA-BBOT launched a new sound platform including, in addition to a set of artistic projects carried out on the territory of the city, a Database, a Sound Map and a Radio: Radio tout-le-temps. Radio tout-le-temps is a webradio that broadcast continuously random fragments of BNA-BBOT’s database, but can also be programmed or curated in a more specific way. It is an open platform in which citizens, artists and organisations can participate. Our database contains 26,000 sound fragments. No one has ever listened to the entire collection it houses. To listen to it all, an individual would have to devote 1,458 hours to it, or approximately 61 days and nights, without interruption. radio tout-le-temps offers this sound collection a place for sharing and spontaneous narratives, created from the random linking of isolated stories, which then form a new narrative.