Global Shapers Brussels Hub


The Global Shapers Community is an initiative of the World Economic Forum. It is a network of Hubs developed and led by young people. The Brussels Hub counts over 20 Shapers from areas such as policy, business, academia, education and the arts.

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MoRo - The Innova...

250 EUR since Apr 2019


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12 EUR since Dec 2018


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from Open Collective Brussels5/31/2019

web services
-€18.08 EUR
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Today’s balance

€148.39 EUR

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~ €0.00 EUR

Global Shapers Brussels Hub is all of us

Our contributors 6

Everyone who has supported Global Shapers Brussels Hub. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Oana Popescu
Core Contributor

Outgoing curator

Marios Papani...


David Timis


Lidija Globokar


MoRo - The In...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€250 EUR

Open Collecti...
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€12 EUR


Brussels is where frontiers become foundations of inclusive projects: the capital where Belgium's diversity meets into a nation; the heart of the European Union. Brussels best embodies the notion of thinking global and acting local, as it is home to the large vision that underpins the European project and of neighborhood-sized challenges. The Brussels Hub is - and strives to be - an expression of such diversity. The Brussels Hub is the Belgians and immigrants, European civil servants and local entrepreneurs that focus their minds and energies on helping the young teacher with a difficult classroom to be resilient or sustaining efforts to promote digital education. We promote small acts of betterment that feed into a larger movement for progress.