On 30 September 2019 there is a conference-debate (in French) in CegeSoma on the occasion of two new book publications 'Bruxelles, ville libérée (1944-1945)' and 'La Wallonie libérée (1944-1945)' with the authors Mélanie Bost, Alain Colignon, Chantal Kesteloot and Bénédicte Rochet . Anne Roekens will moderate the discussion.


On 1 October 2019, the new Canvas TV-series ‘Children of the resistance’ (in Dutch, ‘Kinderen van het verzet’) will be launched in CegeSoma.


There are still a few remaining seats for the conference (in the framework of the Transmemo project) on 3 October in the senate about family memories about resistance and collaboration during the Second World War in Belgium.


Until 3 November you can discover iconic- as well as lesser-known pictures of the liberation in Brussels in the exhibition ‘Bevrijd Brussels Libérée’, in the Halles Saint-Géry/Sint-Gorikshallen.


The EHRI-project (European Holocaust Research Infrastructure) which has developed an international digital research environment during these last years, is on its way to become a permanent structure thanks to newly approved financing.