Our Tenants

Africa-Europe Diaspora Development Platform (ADEPT)
ADEPT serves as a point of reference for those interested in migration, diaspora and development in Africa. It works with diaspora organisations and enterprises; governments and policymakers; development and international agencies; civil society organisations and academia; located in 84 countries (28 EU countries, plus Switzerland and Norway, and 54 African countries).


Confederation of National Associations of Tanners and Dressers of the European Community (COTANCE)
COTANCE represents and defends the interests of the European tanning industry, promotes the image of European leather on the markets, acts in defense of free and fair trade in leather and the correct use of the term and symbol of leather and finally implements initiatives for the sustainable development of the leather value chain.


European Coalition on Homeophatic & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products (ECHAMP) 
Its aims is to enable its members to meet the demand from users and prescribers across the European Union for homeopathic and anthroposophic medical products.


European Franchise Federation (EFF)
It was founded in 1972, in France, as a not-for-profit association to promote, defend and speak for the franchise industry operating in Europe. The EFF is recognised, notably by the European Institutions, as the single authority in Europe which has as its mission to define the essential elements that constitute proper & ethical franchising.


European Neighbourhood Council (ENC)
European Neighbourhood Council (ENC) is an independent think tank that conducts research and implements projects with the aim of strengthening a common European neighbourhood policy (ENP). It aims towards foreign and neighbourhood policy coordination among EU member countries, accession members and European Neighbourhood countries.


Federation of European & International associations in Belgium (FAIB)
The FAIB’s primary role is to support European and International Associations (INPAs) in establishing and operating in Belgium. It publishes practical guides, organises monthly lunch-debates on subjects of common interest and publishes regular surveys and on daily basis it answers topical questions from members on fiscal, legal, HR.


Forestière Asbl – Groupe de formation et de recherches en psychotherapies systémiques
Les objectifs sont : promouvoir l’étude et la recherche dans les domaines de la famille, la personne, les institutions et les groupements humains et organiser et gérer des activités de formation pour professionnels dans les domaines de la psychothérapie systémique et des interventions systémiques institutionnelles et familiales.


International Catholic Migration Commission – Europe (ICMC Europe)
ICMC Europe serves as the ICMC regional office for Europe and follows migration and asylum policy developments within the European Union, advocating for protection, legal access, needs–first and rights-based responses to migrants and refugees in Europe. In the Brussels office, ICMC Europe coordinates the following networks and projects: European Resettlement Network, SHARE, MADE and EU-Turkey Civil Society Dialogue Project.


NATRUE is a Brussels based international non-profit association committed to promoting and protecting Natural and Organic Cosmetics worldwide. Founded in 2007, we provide a home to all true friends of Natural and Organic Cosmetics and embrace all who commit to our high standards of quality and integrity.


Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning Associations (REHVA)
REHVA is a professional organisation representing more than 100 000 building services engineers (heating, ventilation and air conditioning for energy efficient, healthy buildings) from 26 European countries. REHVA’s main activity is to develop and disseminate technology and information for mechanical services of buildings through the exchange of technical information, practical experience and research results by working groups, seminars, publications and journal. REHVA provides networking and cooperation opportunities for both member associations and companies with European and international organisations.


Réseau International des Universités libres (RIUL)
Le Réseau International des Universités Libres installé en Belgique depuis 2014, agréé des universités libres dans le monde et certifient les diplômes qui sont délivrés. Les formations ISTECGRA sont définies selon les référentiels internationaux de connaissances et de compétences. Les étudiants bénéficient à la fois, des outils mis à disposition par ISTECGRA et ceux développés par l’ensemble des université libres membres du réseau RIUL.


Union of International Associations (UIA)
The Union of International Associations (UIA) is a research institute and documentation centre, founded by Henri La Fontaine and Paul Otlet. Non-profit, apolitical, independent, and non-governmental in nature, the UIA has been a pioneer in the research, monitoring and provision of information on international organizations, international associations and their global challenges since 1907.


Vasco De Gama European Institute Of Diplomacy And International Relations Asbl
The Vasco da Gama Institute wants to make its mark in the Brussels international environment and enjoy its rich culture by founding there the first school of diplomacy and international relations. The founders as well as the lecturers  have all gained many international experiences in the diplomatic community, the business world and the professorship on all five continents. The program is designed for the student to be able to examine and understand the complexities and processes involved in the relationships between international governance institutions.


World Fair Trade Organisation – Europe
WFTO’s route to equity in trade is through the integrated supply chain. Practices used across the supply chain are checked against the WFTO Fair Trade Standard, a set of compliance criteria based on the 10 Fair Trade Principles and on International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions. The WFTO operates in over 70 countries across 5 regions (Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America and the Pacific Rim) with elected global and regional boards.