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26 February 2019 at the House of European History
Third panel discussion of the "For a New European Social Contract" series with Dávid J. Szabó, Demos Helsinki, Chiara Saraceno and Karl van den Broeck.


On December 4th 2018 at the Palais des Académies of Brussels

Debating ideas on Francophonie and multilinguism with Sandy Lamalle, Researcher and legal consultant in International and European Affairs,  Xavier Thunis, Lawyer and Professor of Comparative Law at the Namur University, and Fadhel Moussa, Tunisian politician, lawyer, academician and solicitor. An event in the framework of the series "The World in Achipelagos".


Until 28 September 2018
To mark the 50th anniversary of the events of May 1968, the Alliance Française Bruxelles-Europe is hosting "Au cœur de Mai 68", an exhibition based on the contemporary photographs of Philippe Gras at the Alliance Française's gallery from 2 July to 28 September 2018.


On June 13th 2018 at the Palais des Académies of Brussels
Debating ideas on Francophonie and multilinguism with Barbara Cassin, Philosopher and philologist, Rozenn Milin, Historian and sociolinguist, and Martine Poncelet, Language neurospychologist. An event in the framework of the series "The World in Achipelagos".


From February to May 2018 | First launched in 2016, EXTRA is now recognised as the programme which stresses out the uniqueness and variety of the French contemporary artistic creation in Belgium and Europe.


On 12 March at 7pm | The documentary will be screened in BOZAR in the framework of the serie "German Film Festivals on Tour". It stages men and women from all over the world - students, refugees, business men or women - who came to Paris for different reasons. What do they have in common? They want to learn French and to fit in this foreign city eventually.


50 years after May 1968 events, what is left of the slogans on Paris walls? Is there still a future in 2018 for the futures dreamt in 1968? On 25 January 2018, thinkers, creators, artists, etc. will debate in Brussels, Ghent and Antwerp to draw the upcoming future: politics, citizenship, technology, urbanism, daily life, science.


From 23 September to 1 December 2017 | From the streets of Calcutta, to a female wrestling ring in Katmandu or in an Olympic swimming pool in Auckland, get ready for a unique and unusual journey into the world of sports!


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We will be closed on 21 July and 15 August 2017. No course will take place during that time. The reception desk will also be closed.


Enrol for a course at the Alliance Française and get a free access to our new digital library of the French cultural network!


Oral practice, on-line platform… All this will be implemented from 2017 to enable you to succeed in French!


French teachers in Flanders will be able to see French films with their pupils at the cinema and work on the films with the programme “Focus Film Français”.


Read the interview of Olivier Culmann, photographer of Diversions, exhibited in our gallery in the framework of Summer of Photography 2016. 


The Jean-Pierre de Launoit centre was refurbished in spring to provide everyone with the best possible facilities for working and relaxing, and is now open to users.


Thanks to this app made by students and teachers of the Alliance française, discover the making of the exhibition "Return to Europe" by Benoit+Bo.


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