Language policy in Brussels Community centres - a report about the process18 December 2020 — The Dutch Language House Brussels has helped various Dutch-speaking community centres in Brussels to develop language policy and vision. The main tips and step-by-step plans have been summarised in a publication. It is a useful tool for all Dutch-speaking community centres wishing to address the issue of language and clarify the place of on Dutch in their day-to-day activities. read more →
The Dutch Language House Brussels welcomes two new coordinators3 December 2020 – The Dutch Language House Brussels is delighted to announce two new coordinators have recently joined us and we are now running at full capacity once again. Joske Plas started as team coordinator screening & orientation on 16 November. Brenda Deny joined as communications manager on 1 December. read more →
The Dutch Language House Brussels in numbers3 November 2020 — The Dutch Language House Brussels in numbers? To find out more about what we do, see our annual report. read more →
ABabyC: a new pocket dictionary for parents of children between 0 and 3 years old22 October 2020 — A new pocket dictionary for parents of children between 0 and 3 years old read more →
We have a winner!20 October 2019 — The Huis van het Nederlands Brussel launched the “What’s your favourite Dutch expression?” competition, as part of the Week van het Nederlands 2019. Voting could take place up until midnight on 12 October. More than 800 Brussels residents took part! One person bagged the grand prize: Omar from Brussels. read more →
Maand van het Nederlands in 3 Brussels municipalities25 October 2019 — Yesterday, the City of Brussels, Sint-Agatha-Berchem and Elsene celebrated the Maand van het Nederlands finale. They hoped that their participation would encourage municipal staff to learn or practice speaking more Dutch.
The Maand van het Nederlands was a Huis van het Nederlands Brussel initiative. read more →