Belgium would not be what it is today without strong, intelligent and ambitious women.
In a study covering 196 countries, Belgium has achieved the top spot, along with the Netherlands and Taiwan, of the best countries to live for atheists and free-thinkers.
In 1998, the Grand-Place in Brussels was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Urban populations around the world are expected to double in the coming 40 years, from 3.5 to over 7 billion. That is why it's important to construct sufficient green spaces and parks.
According to Oxfam International and the British NGO Development Finance International, Belgium occupies sixth place worldwide in the fight against inequality.
According to the latest Eurostat barometer, Walloon Brabant is ranked third in Europe for the highest number of inhabitants with a higher education diploma.