Floris Cavyn (°1982) studied journalism and modern literature and followed the postgraduate international research journalism of the Pascal Decroos Fund.

He worked for several years in the cultural sector, more specifically at VTi, support centre for the performing arts, and wrote several articles in their quarterly magazine Courant. He currently combines teaching and writing for kifkif.be, De Wereld Morgen and rekto:verso.

Basic information

Name
Floris Cavyn
Expertise
literature, performance arts
Country
Belgium
City
Brussel

Supported projects

Brain drain threatens Romania

  • International
  • Work

BELGIUM/ROMANIA - When Romania became a member of the European Union in 2007, a transitional measure was voted in Belgium whereby Romanians needed a work permit in order to be able to work. A direct consequence of this was that many Romanians ended up in the informal circuit or were employed under the wrong statute.