The Minister for Persons with Disabilities is deploying 34 additional staff members at the Directorate-General for Persons with Disabilities and is investing 11 million euros to replace the old IT systems there. She said this in "The Inspector" on Radio 2, where several people testified that their application for a disability card went completely wrong.
The disgruntled socialist trade union ACOD wants to extend the strike at the public transport company De Lijn in Flemish Brabant to all of Flanders. The union calls for a national strike on Wednesday, November 13. ACOD-TBM Flemish Brabant reports this. The conflict between the unions and the management of De Lijn in Flemish Brabant is escalating. The
When you think of women-friendly cities, you may spontaneously think of public toilets and more lighting, but not immediately of a women's taxi. If it is up to Girl's Ride, there will soon be two taxis driving around Brussels on Saturday evening that only take women, at least that is the plan for a new taxi service for and by women.
The city of Kortrijk in West Flanders and the telecom operator Proximus are currently not very careful with the personal data that visitors leave behind within this city. For several months now, the city has been measuring who comes to the city and what those visitors do. The city council does this based on figures from Proximus,
The first pole of the new tourist signage for pedestrians has been placed in Ghent's city center. This network of posts, signs and arrows helps residents, visitors and students find their way around the city. The new system allows you to easily add new items or remove existing arrows. 35 information boards,