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Men in the loop!

We are delighted to present the "Men in the Loop! project. 

An initiative of the Bru·X·elles Festival and Liminal.

What's "Men in the Loop!" ?

A toolkit project designed to raise awareness and encourage men to get involved in the fight against gender-based violence at parties. The project is part of a process of cultural and social change aimed at demystifying the images and aggressions of men in order to create safer, more inclusive party spaces that are free from gender-based violence. 


This toolkit will provide resources, guidelines and practical strategies for event organisers, entertainment industry professionals and others who wish to engage with this important issue.


The project's target audience

The project targets male consumers of events so that they can begin a process of reflection, empowerment and taking responsibility for their actions.

What profiles do we find in this category? Cisgender men, aged between 16 and 45, single, in a couple and/or in a group of friends.

Collective intelligence as a lever


In order to bring this project to fruition, we are looking for partners to co-construct the project by taking part in our collective work sessions. For organisations with limited resources, reimbursement is available on request. The fee is €150 excluding VAT per participant and per workshop. Lunch is also provided for all participants. 


The workshop sessions will take place @ Les Grands Carmes from 10am to 5pm: 

  • 14 December 2023

  • 25 January 2024

  • 16 February 2024



Would you like to join us to build this project ?

Check the program below & register HERE.

"Men in the Loop! is a project supported by

Their commitment will enable us to develop resources, increased visibility and partnerships

to promote this vital cause.



Workshop #1 : Analysis of the mapping of existing tools and planning of the elements of the toolbox


Date: 14.12.2023 / Venue: Grands Carmes



  • Map existing approaches to preventing and managing sexist behaviour in the party environment.

  • Plan the elements of the toolbox, such as podcasts, poster campaigns, training programmes and practical guides.



  • Analysing existing approaches to preventing and managing sexist behaviour in the party environment.

  • Presentation of various possible elements of the toolbox and their advantages.

  • Formation of sub-groups to work on specific areas (podcasts, poster campaigns, training programmes, practical guides).




  • 10.00 - 10.30: Welcome and introduction.

  • 10:30 - 12:30: Analysis of the mapping of existing tools  

  • 12.30pm - 1.30pm: Lunch break.

  • 13:30 - 15:30: Training and work in sub-groups on specific areas.

  • 3.30pm - 4.30pm: Presentation of group work.

  • 16:30 - 17:00: Wrap-up of the day and definition of the next steps.

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