Supporting youth for a more sustainable future

The project Weekends for future aims to organise capacity-building workshops in the High Fens. These weekends will help Belgian youth between 18 and 25 years old lead environmental projects, by inviting them to workshops and lectures about climate change, biodiversity, project management, communication, etc. The participants will also have the opportunity to work together on a concrete project.

During the summer 2020, we selected the participants and the first weekend took place online in November 2020. Interested in what we are doing ? Follow us on social media or check the news section below 


World café: Meeting with youth organisations

World café: meeting with youth organisations On December 15th at 8pm, we met with different youth organisations that are working towards a better planet. We first had a short discussion all together with the organisations, and then we split the participants and organisations into breakout rooms for a short presentation and an informal discussion. Organisations …

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Weekend 0

Weekend 0

Weekend 0 : getting started The first weekend is now behind us. Due the the covid crisis, we had to switch to an online programme.  We learned about different topics – if you want to (re)watch the videos and presentations, you can go to this page. 

Movie night

Movie night

The very first event is taking place tonight !!  We will be watching short movies on different topics :  Systemic change vs individual change Climate adaptation in the Global North and the Global South  Biodiversity and pandemics … A few guests will be joining us. 


Work together with other young people from all around Belgium


Use a holistic approach to find innovative solutions to environmental and social issues


Lead positive actions in the High Fens and in your local community


Youth from the 3 communities of Belgium (Flemish, French and German-speaking) support Weekends for Future

Nele Van Hoyweghen

Lochristi, East Flanders

I joined the climate movement because I simply couldn't stand by and watch how our planet and future were being destroyed. I had to act.

Nadège Carlier

Waterloo, Walloon Brabant

This incredibly amazing system we live in is destroyed everyday a little more, by our fault. It scares me, but it’s also a powerful call to action : this current crisis should inspire us to conceive the world for tomorrow. For me, it’s just unthinkable to stay still and not to participate in this crucial movement. It’s about being on the right side of history !

Clara Falkenberg

Eupen, Eastbelgium
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All the solutions to the climate crisis are already on the table, not taking action is not an option to me. The vision of a better tomorrow drives me to protect the planet for all living beings.