Steven Degryse (known as Lectrr) is a Belgian political cartoonist residing in Ghent. He is regular contributor to the Belgian newspaper De Standaard. His famous Hara Kiwi series has been translated into several languages and published in numerous magazines across Europe. Following the the attacks against the cartoon newspaper Charlie Hebdo…
Thus presented by the European Commission and under the motto "investing in Europe's growth", the CEF programme figures in the current multiannual financial framework, with a set of priorities aimed at three key sectors for the European economy: transport, energy and telecommunications.
"I usually don't photograph what I see but rather what my mind reflects."
Aside from Chocolate and Beer, Belgium is also renowned for its excellent spas. It was after all the town of Spa in the eastern part of Belgium near Liège which originally coined the term. The name dates back to Roman times when the location was called "Aquae Spadanae".

Freed but not free

Sunday, 01 February 2015 15:18
They could never have been prepared for what they were about to see. Yes, they had gotten used to death and dying. Yes, they had seen too many innocent people being hanged. Too many burned bodies. But no, nothing could have prepared them for this.
“The presence of the European institutions makes Brussels one of the most important decision-making centres in the world.”
Michael Porter, the head of Harvard Business School’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, recently discussed an updated version of CSR (corporate social responsibility) based on a ‘shared value’ - an approach to business strategy in the post-capitalism framework.

Brussels – Gastronomic capital of Europe?

Saturday, 24 January 2015 11:13
Brussels, and Belgium, has one of the best restaurant scenes in Europe: some critics even say it has surpassed Paris.
“It’s not just that they’re wrong but some organizations are clearly breaking the law.”

Who was Felix Nussbaum?

Tuesday, 06 January 2015 12:31
“When I perish, do not allow my pictures to die with me. Show them to the people.” Felix Nussbaum (1904 – 1944) was a Jewish-German painter who lived in Brussels until he was caught by the Nazis and deported to his death in Auschwitz. In a new book Belgian author…