• FRIDAY 19 OCTOBER AT 14.30
    Press conference of the Directive of the Association of the Cuban Residents in Belgium and cocktail with the Ambassador
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    MONDAT 22 OCTOBER 2018 AT 12.00
    The Wealth of a Nation: A Discussion on the History of US Trade Policy and Where to Go from Here
  • WEDNESDAY 24 OCTOBER 2018 AT 18.00
    Press Club Brussels Europe General Assembly and cocktail party
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    WEDNESDAY 24 OCTOBER 2018 AT 11.00
    Interface”Seminar: The state of the EU steel market
  • WEDNESDAY 24 OCTOBER 2018 AT 13.00
    Débat: Le bon journalisme est-il déjà mort?
  • THURSDAY 25 OCTOBER 2018 AT 16.30
    EFILA Annual Lecture: “Recalibrating the European Union—International Arbitration
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    THURSDAY 8 NOVEMBER AT 11.00
    Plastic Odyssey "Transformer des déchets de plastique en objets, en essence ou en diesel ? C’est possible."

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From the president

What a start after the summer break! The coming months are going to be crucial for Europe. First there will be Brexit. This is a political reality. But for all of us here in the European Quarter of Brussels, it will also be a human reality. To all our British friends - and the[more...]

My dear friends, as President of the Press Club Brussels Europe, I am delighted that our Press Club took over the presidency of our world association. We have a lot of projects: in the Balkans, in Africa, in the Middle East. But I want to say that, during our presidency,  [more...]

Press Club Desk News

Trade Commissioner Malmström on Why Asia Matters

Trade Commissioner Malmström on Why Asia Matters

The EU-Asia Centre invited Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström on Tuesday 16 October from 16:30-17:30 in the Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart, 1040 Brussels for a policy discussion. The week of 16 October saw a range of events culminating in the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) on 18-19 October involving over 50 Heads of State and Government from both continents. On the eve of ASEM, it was timely to hear how the EU views Asia from the perspective of the Trade Commissioner. She has played a leading role in the EU’s drive to sign trade agreements with a range of Asian countries including Japan, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam,[more...]
American students in journalism visit the Press Club

American students in journalism visit the Press Club

A group of fifteen American students in journalism have visited the Press Club this Thursday.  Maria-Laura Franciosi discussed the work of reporter in Brussels. [more...]
Vietnam pursues open trade, investment environment

Vietnam pursues open trade, investment environment

NDO/VNA – Vietnam is determined to build an open trade and investment environment and welcomes all European investors and entrepreneurs to do business in the country, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh has said. The official made the statement in Brussels on September 18 at a high-level conference on the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), which was attended by nearly 100 delegates who are experts, entrepreneurs and representatives of organisations from the EU and Vietnam. Speakers at the event provided participants with an insight into the agreement and the benefits it will bring to the two sides’ enterprises in[more...]
Des mandataires politiques d’origine étrangère s’élèvent contre le racisme

Des mandataires politiques d’origine étrangère s’élèvent contre le racisme

Une vingtaine de mandataires politiques belges francophones d’origine étrangère, tous partis confondus, ont réuni la presse vendredi à Bruxelles pour susciter un large mouvement contre le racisme. Ils n’en peuvent plus de la «banalisation du racisme» et estiment que le cri lancé par Cécile Djunga, comédienne et présentatrice météo de la RTBF, agressée verbalement en raison de la couleur de sa peau, est un «momentum». Cette sortie est intervenue au moment où la VRT diffusait un reportage dévoilant les coulisses racistes de l’organisation identitaire flamande Schild & Vrienden.  Les agressions racistes violentes se sont multipliées ces dernières semaines, qui ont notamment vu[more...]
Media censorship in Belarus : “it is time for the EU to react”

Media censorship in Belarus : “it is time for the EU to react”

Freelance journalists in Belarus face increasing threats, pressure and censorship and this is a concern Europeans should share, said Belarussian journalists Larysa Shchyrakova and Volha Chaichyts at a press conference held in Brussels, on Tuesday 18 September. The event was jointly organised by the International and European Federations of Journalists (IFJ-EFJ) together with their affiliate the Belarus Association of Journalists (BAJ). Larysa Shchyrakova and Volha Chaichyts are two Belarusan freelance journalists, working for Belsat TV, a ten-year-old television channel based in Warsaw, Poland. During the conference, the two female journalists exposed several problems they face in their country that they name “the last[more...]
CPJ announces 2018 International Press Freedom Award winners

CPJ announces 2018 International Press Freedom Award winners

The Committee to Protect Journalists will honor journalists from Sudan, Ukraine, Venezuela, and Vietnam with its 2018 International Press Freedom Awards. The journalists have faced legal action, physical attacks, threats, and arrests in retaliation for their work. CPJ is also honoring Philippine journalist Maria Ressa, founder and chief executive officer of the news website Rappler, with the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award. CPJ's 2018 IPFA awardees are: Amal Khalifa Idris Habbani, a freelance journalist and contributor to the Sudanese news outlet Al-Taghyeer, who during her decade-long career in Sudan has faced physical attacks, imprisonment, and threats by the authorities in connection with[more...]
Only eight years after the launch of the Press Club

Only eight years after the launch of the Press Club

By Maria Laura Franciosi  The Press Club Brussels Europe has been honoured by the presence of representatives of the International Association of Press Clubs (IAPC) who participated to the Congress held in Brussels on June 1-2, 2018 to launch its presidency for the next two years. They arrived from all over the world and will take back to their countries the image of a thriving city of Brussels and of a very active and engaged The Press Club Brussels Europe which is determined to make Brussels and Europe better known all over the world through joint initiatives, connections and cultural exchanges, but[more...]
Bulgarian Presidency

Bulgarian Presidency

The Press Club Brussels Europe celebrated the launch of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union by hanging the Bulgarian flag at the Press Club entrance (photo Ambassador Maya Nikolova Dobreva and the President of the Press Club Maroun Labaki)[more...]

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Le 30 Octobre 2018, Filigranes

Avenue des arts 39-40, Bruxelles 

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Ocean Film Festival

From 18 October until 20 October 2018

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Brussels Museum Nocturnes

Every Thursday night

From 13  September until 6 December 2018

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