We Have A Dream

We Have A Dream
We Have A Dream


Dreams for Brussels

After the successful I have a dream (with youngsters, in 2011), we are now giving the opportunity to Brussels people of all ages and from all corners of the city and the world to have their say. Each writes a speech on their view of today’s Brussels and their dreams for the city in the future. How do they see society in this city of huge cultural diversity and enormous administrative complexity, with its rapidly increasing population? A city that is groaning under high youth unemployment, transport indigestion and alarming air pollution. But also a city that relies on its young and creative population and its international status.

We have a dream explores the creativity and the ambition of the various generations to live together in this city in the future. We are once again looking for the role and impact of a well-thought-out, well constructed, eloquent and live speech, without autocue.

Aurélia Van Gucht | Ibrahim Oussala | Jawad Mehrabzada | Karel Reybrouck | Latif Al Assadi | Marie Denninghaus | Rachida Messaouri | Sophie Boucquey | Vincent Van Meenen | coach: Dirk Verstockt

Watch the videos of all the speeches here >

a House on Fire project; with the support of the culture program of the European Union