collaborating, connecting and creating more resilient communities across belgium
BIDs Belgium is the national organisation for Improvement Districts across Belgium. Providing support and advice, using creative design thinking processes, that result in socio/economic regeneration. Our BIDs and ‘C-BIDs’ strategy of ‘collaboration, connecting, creating and citizens’ become a valuable tool for social innovation and creating inclusive communities.
Supporting active citizens, businesses, non-profit organisations, community groups, local Communes, Cities/Regions and Governmental authorities and representatives. Helping develop Improvement Districts with an open, inclusive, collaborative and transparent approach in implementing BIDs frameworks.
Rozina Spinnoy is the Founder of BIDs Belgium, based in Brussels with her family. Passionate about Communities, Citizen engagement and Design Strategy, she founded the organisation in 2016 with support from other BIDs organisations across Europe.
If you would like to know more, please don’t hesitate to reach out and contact us, we would love to hear from you.
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Community Co-Design – Urban Street Design with Youth & Partners
Analogue to Digital Co-Design project with Dutch cultural partners Partners of G.C. Platoo, French cultural partners Achipel 19 and the Municipality of Koekelberg, Brussels. This project will also participate in the PlaceMake Earth initiative by Placemaking US and co.
New European Bauhaus – EU Commission Launch
It’s been eagerly awaited – the launch of the New European Bauhaus by the European Commission President von der Leyen during her State of the Union Address during 2020. In January 2021 the Design phase was launched of this ambitious and exciting new initiative. Bringing together the cross sector of the cultural, economic and environmental […]
Futures & Design Thinking with Oslo Multi-Stakeholders
BIDs Belgium co-facilitated an online Futures and Design Thinking workshop with Nabolagshager and Toyen Unlimited. This session was in the context of the JPI Urban Europe ‘Placecity’ project with a variety of partners, including Oslo and Vienna.