In 2013 the Belgian mutual Solidaris had created the Festival Solidarités. Four years later, close to 50,000 people tread upon the Citadelle of Namur to celebrate solidarity.
Like previous years, the festival’s schedule reflected the commitments of Solidaris: solidarity, tolerance, commitment and respect. On the menu: music, of course, but also a village of associations, street performances, circus and fairground arts, theatre and even stand‑up.
But the Solidarités is also a time to reflect on, and analyze, several issues which shape society today such as access to culture or social inequalities. The 2017 edition of Solidarity confirmed that solidarity can still make you dance (and dream). More information here.