Arezoo Moradi is a Belgian journalist.

She attended a Course of Digital story telling (Visual Art), KASK, GENT, Belgium, obtained a Master of Sociology at the Institute of Humanities, Netherlands, The Hague and a Bachelor degree in social communications, with a specialisation in journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Azad University in Tehran, Iran.

She worked as a journalist at Shargh newspaper, Hamshahri MAH in Iran.

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Arezoo Moradi
women's rights

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  • Cities

Ledeberg has a long history. In the Middle Ages, in the shadow of the city walls of Ghent, two rural settlements arose along the roads to Brussels and Geraardsbergen. Between 1860 and 1870, in the context of the industrial revolution, Ledeberg became one of the fastest growing suburbs of Ghent. Cotton factories, a brickworks and several shipbuilding yards sprang up along the banks of the Scheldt. Straight streets were laid out, connected by countless narrow alleys, in order to build as many small and cheap workers' dwellings as possible.