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The Vrije Universiteit Brussel explains why it considers itself a gateway to the future with firm historical foundations.
To promote a better understanding of Hemodiafiltration with Endogenous Reinfusion (HFR) for everybody the Nephrology department of UZ Brussel (University Hospital Brussels) created an additional and highly specific training tool in adjunction to the existing written procedures. It developed a short educational movie as a result of close cooperation between nursing staff, medical staff and communication professionals. In cooperation with the professional camera crew of the University of Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), and several employees of the hospital the Nephrology department successfully made this educational movie. This movie is now part of the standard operating procedures of the Nephrology department and it is used as an educational tool for nursing staff, medical staff an...
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http://bookinghunter.com/ Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the de facto capital of the European Union (EU). It is also the largest urban area in Belgium, comprising 19 municipalities, including the municipality of the City of Brussels, which is the de jure capital of Belgium, in addition to the seat of the French Community of Belgium and of the Flemish Community. The most important places to visit in Brussels: The Atomium (amongst the world's most fascinating buildings, represents a cell of iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. You can even take a walk inside), Manneken Pis (simply put, a statue of a boy urinating. No one expected a famous Brussels landmark. Often it's adorned with costumes), Royal greenhouses (built all the way back in 1873, it's a massive complex of greenhous...
A Brussels travel guide with insider tips for your city tour in the capital of Belgium | theTravellers show you the city Brussels and delicious Belgium food | Book your hotel: http://www.bitly.com/Best-Hotels-in-Brussels | Our hotel recommendation: http://www.bitly.com/Le-Coup-de-Coeur (Affiliate link) Recommended stay: Min. 2 days Songs: Secret Conversations - The 126ers Hang Ups (Want You) - Otis McDonald Sour Tennessee Red - John Deley and the 41 Players Hall Of Mirrors - Bird Creek Pas de Deux - Bird Creek Mountain Dub - Gunnar Olsen Wishing Well - Bird Creek Ever Felt pt.1 - Otis McDonald All music in this video are free for download with permission for commercial use.
We start in Bruges to check into a medieval hospital, savor the exquisite art of Memling, and climb a bell tower, getting up close and fortissimo at a carillon concert. Then we ride the train to Brussels, where passionate chefs — creators of French fries and Europe's finest chocolate — give us a taste of their art. © 2004 Rick Steves' Europe
The Best & Worst of Visiting Brussels, Belgium, from the overrated Mannequin Pis Peeing Boy Statue to High Prices to the Amazing Museums and Restaurants, the 5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Traveling to Brussels, Belgium. Filmed in Brussels, Belgium at the Grand Place
Brussels, being the center of the European Union, is not only the capital of Belgium, but of whole Europe. The mediaval city core and square determine the atmosphere of the whole city. The Grand Palace is surrounded by magnificent baroque buildings, which were once centers of famous guilds. The building of the City Hall is remerkably beautiful. Not far away stands the Menneken Pils, one of the symbols of Brussels. In the elegant passages and on the streets one can find such Belgian rarities as lace, pralines, and beer. The most notable sights in the city are the Parliament and the City Hall, but we must not forget the Museums showing us the works of the authors of the Low Countries. Near the triumphal arch stands the famous Atomium, which was the symbol of the 1958 World Fair. We can take ...
Getting close to Brussels, Belgium - This travelogue brings us to the heart of Europe. We visit the attractions Brussels is most famous for and move on to explore lesser-known areas. Join us in investigating what's so special about the Manneken Pis and grab a waffle along the way. Full post : http://www.gettingcloseto.com/things-to-do-in-brussels-belgium/ P.S. If you liked this video, please consider sending a donation so I can keep on producing them: http://paypal.me/gettingcloseto
Top 10 Brussels. Top ten places to visit in Brussels.The capital of Belgium have lot to offer and my list is as follows:10. Belgium Waffles 9. Musées Royaux des Beaux Arts 8. Antiques market in Place du Grand Sablon 7. Maison du Roi 6. Basilica of the Sacred Heart 5. Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée 4. Mini-Europe 3. Manneken-Pis 2. The Atomium 1. Grote Markt (Dutch) Grand-Place (French) and Town Hall
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I visit Brussels, Belgium's beautiful capital city to see the sights.
Five cities, three countries, twelve days, my mom, and me. All mashed together because I know no one is going to click through an entire photo album of this stuff. Blink and you may miss something, but that's kind of what it was like being there too. It was a very efficient trip. 7/7: SFO --> ORD Our original itinerary did not include Chicago. There was a crash at SFO the day before we left, so our flight was delayed at origin and we missed our connection from ORD. 7/7 - 7/8: Chicago, ORD --> AMS The next direct flight from O'Hare to Schiphol (Amsterdam) was a full 24 hours later, so we decided to make the best of it by exploring the cultural splendors of Chicago. In the morning, we took the 'L' downtown to the Chicago Art Institute. Sooo much famous stuff there. On our way back, w...
LOGICAL REVOLTS A FILM BY LOUIS HENDERSON A LE FRESNOY PRODUCTION "Trying to think the revolution is like waking up and trying to see the logic in a dream." TEXT FROM CPH:DOX CATALOGUE 2012: Chris Marker and Edward Saïd are the spiritual influences of 'Logical Revolts', which is introduced by and named after a furious poem by Rimbaud. After having found an old, never realised film script about the Suez crisis in 1956, the filmmaker Henderson travels to Cairo with the film script as his guide. But all of this, however, is told through a friend, who receives his increasingly disillusioned travel diary by mail in the form of film clips, revolutionary slogans and old postcards (whose coloured motifs, as the intangible Henderson puts it, is the most real picture we can have of a place). He f...
Paris - Amsterdam June, 23rd – July 2nd 2011 DAY 1 June 24: Paris-St Quentin. 1100 meter height, 170 theoretical, practical 185-214 km It was a shock to the system to start with the longest stage on the first day of the tour. In theory it should have been a 170km stage rolling through the crowded streets of Paris, then along the tree- lined canals of north of the city and then onto the rolling grain field of northern France. That was the theory. In practice riders went missing or split into groups and some covered up to 214km on the stage. An amazing effort. The day was picture-perfect in terms of weather and conditions. Former professional rider Andrea Ferragato lead the Allianz and Mondial riders, representing six different countries, five Mondial BUs and five Allianz OEs, along one of...
Last summer I had the opportunity to travel around Europe with my sister for a month and it was by far the best trip of my life. We spent a week in Germany exploring the city my sister goes to school in, Saarbrücken, and taking day trips to Trier, Neunkirchen, Mettlach, and the Saarschleife. I enjoyed getting to know a great group of people in Saarbrücken and the chance to try, fail, and try again to speak German. From Germany we traveled to the beautiful and completely underrated city of Luxembourg, then hopped on a train to Brussels where we explored, got lost, drank some fantastic beer, and met some amazing people. The next stop was Bruges. Between eating way too much moules-frites and being introduced to the deliciousness that is the Belgian Tripel, we took in a Salvador Dali exhibit ...
The Vrije Universiteit Brussel explains why it considers itself a gateway to the future with firm historical foundations.
Language Policy: A Tool for Conflict or Communication? Historical Perspectives on Linguistic Diversity in Europe A Lecture by Dr. Pieter Lagrou, Professor of . Language Policy: A Tool for Conflict or Communication? Historical Perspectives on Linguistic Diversity in Europe A Lecture by Dr. Pieter Lagrou, Professor of . Pieter Lagrou is a professor at Université Libre de Bruxelles. He studied at the University of Leuven, Yale University and the European University Institute in .
"Language Policy: A Tool for Conflict or Communication? Historical Perspectives on Linguistic Diversity in Europe" A Lecture by Dr. Pieter Lagrou, Professor of History, University of Brussels The European Parliament [December 7th, 2011; Brussels, Belgium] The Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies - Publications Institute for Cultural Diplomacy www.ccds-berlin.de www.culturaldiplomacy.org Follow us on Facebook http://on.fb.me/ZfCwv0 #languages #eu #
How cities can tackle climate change, social inequality, and cosmopolitanism through proactive "glocal" governance. For more information visit http://www.tedxvienna.at Eric Corijn is cultural philosopher and social scientist who is currently Professor Emerita in Social and Cultural Geography at the Free University of Brussels (Belgium). He is the founder of “COSMOPOLIS, Centre for Urban Research” at the VUB, vice-chair of the Brussels Studies Institute, and director of the Brussels Academy. In addition, he is the author of more than 250 publications; his latest book is called “The Brussels Reader”. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
"Historical Foundations of European Energy Policy and Today's Implications" A Lecture by Dr. Samuel Furfari, Professor of Political Science, University of Brussels The European Parliament [December 8th, 2011; Brussels, Belgium] The Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies - Publications Institute for Cultural Diplomacy www.ccds-berlin.de www.culturaldiplomacy.org Follow us on Facebook http://on.fb.me/ZfCwv0
Vitaliy Klychko, Chairman, Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reforms Linas Linkevicius, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Lithuania David Usupashvili, Chairman, Parliament of Georgia Kurt Volker, Executive Director, McCain Institute for International Leadership Moderator: Tod Lindberg, Research Fellow, Stanford University
Video presentation of the conference organized by the association DAAA-AVWL in January 2017 in Brussels. Keynote speaker, John R. Lott. American University, born in 1958, Yale University, Area of Scientific Activity The Economics Trained at UCLA (Catholic University of Los Angeles). He has written several books, dealing from an economic and statistical point of view the control of the weapons and the manipulations on this subject dispensed by the antiguns lobby. John LOTT is the author of the book "MORE GUNS, LESS CRIME", where he proves in a scientific way that more legal detention of weapons not only engenders Not increase the number of murders or violence
If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to email@example.com. Anu Bradford, assistant professor at the University of Chicago, discusses "the Brussels Effect," which highlights an underestimated aspect of European power the discussion on globalization and power politics overlooks: Europe's unilateral power to regulate global commerce. It is common today to hear Europe described today as the power of the past whose military, economic, and political powers are declining. Bradford, however, argues that Europe is successfully exporting its legal institutions and standards and examines why the markets, other states, and international institutions can do little to constrain Europe's global reg...
Dilar Dirik is an activist of the Kurdish Women’s Movement and a PhD candidate in the Sociology Department of the University of Cambridge. Her lecture at the 4th New World Summit is entitled “Stateless Democracy: How the Kurdish Women Movement Liberated Democracy from the State”
Dr. Karim El Aynaoui, Managing Director, OCP Policy Center Amb. Masafumi Ishii, Ambassador to Belgium and Representative of the Government of Japan to NATO Mr. Pascal Lamy, President Emeritus, Jacques Delors Institute Dr. James Steinberg, Dean, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Syracuse University Moderator: Mr. Peter Spiegel, Brussels Bureau Chief, Financial Times
#EUROTRIP €DAY28 - Yes, gonna check this (still quite new) skatepark in Luxembourg City - I'm sure it's one of the top 5 biggest Skateparks in Europe. Up next - hitchhiking to Brussels - Belgium, using www.hitchwiki.org - this whole community give step by step instructions where and when you should be standing in order to get the ultimate ride - if it wasn't for this forum - I wouldn't have managed to travel like this. Anyway Brussels are cool. Obviously quite international city with loads of hidden places. And ATOMIUM (massive atom) is looks like it came from the FUTURE. Can't believe it was Built in 1959. Got a glipse of light Hazing (Bizutage in French) from one of the Universities here -It seems like fun! I do approve these type of activies, as long as it's only games, "puke" and mud...