Hélice is a new feature since 2017 that contributes to strengthening the La Concertation network. Find out why and how here.

Concerned to stimulate mutually strengthening dialogues between and with its members, La Concertation strongly supports its members’ desire to develop mechanisms for exchange and synergy, in a spirit of open-mindedness based on the context of reflection in Brussels.
This led to the launch of the ‘Hélice’ system in the spring of 2017, which aims to unite members around sector-based concerns at all levels: communication, programming and activities, administration and management, technical and logistical issues etc.

Why Hélice?
We felt that the name was symbolically attractive and charged with meaning, because it reflects what we are trying to achieve within our platform: to bring members together around a moving structure (La Concertation) to create a dynamic and powerful whole that breathes new ideas into Brussels.
The aim of encouraging these special sessions is to stimulate convergence on mechanisms of solidarity and mutual support between the members and also to broaden everyone’s horizons in a desire to promote Brussels in its entirety.

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Eager to stimulate mutually strengthening dialogues between and with its members, La Concertation strongly supports its members’ desire to develop mechanisms for exchange and synergy, all with an open-mindedness based on the context of reflection in Brussels. This led to the launch of the ‘Hélice’ system in the spring of 2017, which aims to unite the members of La Concertation around sector-based concerns at all levels: communication, programming and activities, administration and management, technical and logistical issues etc.

The aim of encouraging these special sessions is to stimulate convergence on mechanisms of solidarity and mutual support between the members and also to broaden everyone’s horizons in a desire to promote Brussels in its entirety.
From September 2019 onwards, it will be continuing with this constructive launch by extending the debates that have emerged from working groups on five themes: Welcome and outreach / Communication / Sustainability / Management / Youth.