Welcome from the president



Theme of the president

The 4 action days



Claire Hublet, President SIB 2016-2018


Florence, 16 July 2017 – Soroptimist International of Europe (SIE) has awarded its 2017 Peace Prize to Gégé Katana Bukuru of the Democratic Republic of Congo for her remarkable and courageous commitment to the fight for the women’s rights in her war-torn country for over a quarter of a century. She has remained steadfast in her efforts despite death threats, arbitrary arrests, robbery and the systematic looting of her belongings ... READ MORE  ...of Maman Gégé about her

Submitted by SI Belgium at the recommendation of SI Club Marche-en-Famenne, Gégé Katana Bukuru was selected by an international jury. 

Soroptimist International Marche-en-Famenne 18/7 in the press




The Union of Belgium motivates you to participate in the action ' Think Pink ', a positive campaign and a happening in the fight against breast cancer. 

10 september 2017 in Brussels (club Beersel inscriptions & coordination)
25 september 2017 in Antwerp (club Land van Waas inspription & coordination)

Be numerous to register VIA OUR OWN SOROPTIMIST ACCOUNT.  CHOOSE the DATE and CITY of YOUR choice for these events. A strong sign of our support of a specific female target and also a positive way to ensure the presence of the Soroptimist organisation.

"Move & give life" moving is very important for all of us but in particular for the prevention or cure for cancer. Breast cancer remains the most common form of cancer in women in Belgium.

Race for the Cure" is the world's biggest sporting event in the fight against breast cancer. The first “Think Pink” meeting took place in 1983 by Susan G. Komen in Dallas and had 800 participants. Today, 30 years later, every year one and a half million people take part in more than 100 cities in 10 countries! 

The Race for The Cure” is accessible to anyone with strollers and wheelchairs and consists mainly of a walking tour (3 km) and a walking tour (6 km). All day is filled with fun entertainment and intense emotions for the whole family.

Think-Pink has four key objectives:

  • Inform
  • Raise awareness
  • Funding of scientific research
  • Financing of care and after-care projects







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