Real estate agents are making vacant buildings in Brussels available to Ukrainian refugees. One example is an educational centre, which has opened in the Rue d’Arlon in Brussels’ European Quarter. “We are thinking of art or music therapy and language classes for children and adults.”
Children and adults can stay here during the day. “Some children attend online classes held in Ukraine, others can come here when they do not have classes,” said the initiator.
NGO Promote Ukraine already established its coordination centre in the same premises. Thanks to project developers who make their real estate temporarily available, such projects remain financially viable.
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