Place 15 - Brussels Parliament
Encouraging young people to become freelance to launch their own company.
Mohamed M’Farraj is the manager of one of the biggest Moroccan travel agencies in Brussels. As an entrepreneur and a Brusseleir down to his toenails, he is in love with his city. But he doesn’t love it blindly and clearly sees what could be improved. There are, for example, far too few public swimming baths in the region. Running a swimming pool costs a lot of money and the communes are struggling to cope with that alone. Sometimes, you need to think on a big scale if you want to improve people’s local lives. That’s why the region should take over the running of the swimming pools. Mohamed would like, as he does, that every Brusseleir feels at home in the city. He intends to do all he can to fight racism and negativity.