TWist, the extended exit transition initiative from containment
Lhe confinement has changed our daily lives, including that of transition initiatives. Generally based on the principle of recreating social contacts, these initiatives have had to reinvent themselves. This is particularly the case with the TWist movement in Walhain, which saw this unprecedented situation as an opportunity to be seized. “Very quickly, we said to ourselves that we absolutely had to do something. People were necessarily cut off from each other, and it is our goal to re-establish links. We therefore decided to propose actions that encouraged people to do things that people generally don’t do due to a lack of time, ”explains Geoffroy Bekkers, initiator of the TWist movement.