Since May 2015, the Josefa House has been living in Ixelles with, today, about twenty European or Middle-Eastern co-residents, all migrants...

Can we talk about migration when referring to a real estate property or a home, without sounding ridiculous, since they are generally immobile, sedentary, fixed to the ground, linked to a plot of land?

Since 2015, the Josefa House has been working in a collegial fashion with various local socioeconomic stakeholders in Brussels in order to provide both housing accommodation and social support. The challenge is to respectfully adhere to an existing public policy (links with CPAS, Actiris) while offering quality housing and developing virtuous approaches to co-residence and to a whole range of services (dining, medical, cultural, meditation) open to the public…

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