Join online or at The Egg in Brussels!
Rue Barastraat 175b, 1070 Brussels
16 - 17 November 2023
How to access the Egg
- Train: stop "Brussels South Station / Gare du Midi / Zuidstation"
- Metro: lines 2 and 6 - stop "South Station / Gare du Midi / Zuidstation"
- Bus: lines 73 and 78 - stop "Vétérinaire / Veeartsen"
Car parking options:
If you are coming by car, several parkings are located near the venue.
- Parking Indigo: 101 Rue Barastraat, 1070 Brussels (80 spots)
- Q-Park: 40 Rue de France / Frankrijkstraat, 1060 Brussels (1000 spots)
- Philips: 80 Rue des deux Gares / Tweestationstraat, 1070 Brussels (440 spots)
- Parking Kuborn, Rue Dr Kubornstraat, 1070 Brussels (50 spots)
At the European Employment and Social Rights Forum, we are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible experience for all attendees. We strive to ensure that everyone can fully participate and enjoy our event.
Our goal is to create an environment where diversity is celebrated, and all individuals feel welcome and accommodated. We carefully choose an accessible event venue and compliant with relevant accessibility standards. Key features such as accessible wheelchair accessibility, assistive listening devices and sign language interpretation are at the disposal of our attendees.
Should you have any issues concerning accessibility to our event, do not hesitate to contact us.
Click on the ‘Register” button located on the top left of this page and complete the form to indicate your interest in the event. The Organisation team will contact you by email in the following days to confirm your onsite participation.
Follow the following steps:
- Sign in using your email address and your password.
- Go to your Profile
- Press Request new Password
- Enter your email address and press Submit
- You will receive an email with a "Change Password" button
- Click the button and enter your new password in the "New Password field"
- Repeat the new password in the "Repeat Password" field and click Reset your password
The extended programme is available for you to check out and see what sessions interest you.
The programme includes information about the sessions, speakers, and some extra details to give you an idea of what each session is about.
During the event, a ‘Live Session' page will show any ongoing sessions, making it the most direct way to access to a live session. On this page, you will be able to see the livestream, access the sessions’ interactive tools and find additional information about the session.
Alternatively, you can go to the Programme’ page and click on the yellow ‘watch live’ button that appears next to the ongoing session. You will be automatically redirected to the ‘Live Sessions’ page mentioned above.
On the Live Session page, a chatbox will be made visible, where you can interact with the rest of the online audience.
You will also also be able to ask questions to the speakers and answer their questions and polls when they are shared on Slido, an interactive interface to which you will be redirected during the session.
Get in contact with the other participants via the Networking Centre of this platform that will be made accessible two weeks before the event.
From there, you will be able to check out the profile of every participant and to send them meeting request to have a deeper conversation with the person.
We are thrilled to announce that our upcoming European Employment & Social Rights Forum will be providing interpretation services to ensure everyone can participate and engage fully. As part of our commitment to accessibility and inclusivity, we aim to create an inclusive environment where all attendees can fully enjoy the event.
Interpretation will be available in English, French and German, making it easier for diverse attendees to fully grasp the content and interact with others effectively. A user-friendly device will be handled to all attendees to select the preferred language. Furthermore, sign language interpretation will be provided for individuals with hearing impairments by skilled language interpreters, ensuring all participants have equal access to all discussions and presentations. During presentations and speeches, our velotypists will ensure real-time translations, allowing non-native speakers to follow along seamlessly via subtitles displayed on-screen.
Any questions? Contact us!