LGBTQ+ rights in Belgium are some of the most advanced in Europe and worldwide. According to ILGA-Europe, in 2021, Belgium placed second in the European Union for LGBTQ+ rights protection, just behind Malta.
In 2018, about one in ten people had an anxiety disorder and/or a depressive disorder in Belgium. It was also determined that anxiety and depression were more commonly seen in women. Overall, mental health was better in the Flemish region than in other areas in Belgium.
**Note: This language features gender dichotomously as that is what is indicated in the research, and it does not talk about any variability. We used the language in these statistics because the study reported this.
When it comes to kids, many young people in Belgium suffer from anxiety, depression, and stress, struggle in school and have physical ailments.
If you know a child or youth struggling in Evergem, Belgium, there are options for receiving mental health care. Our psychologist for kids listing on LGBTQ and ALL can guide you in the right direction. Be sure to look through all our resources – we have many articles about mental health and other tools that can help you throughout your journey.
Evergem, Belgium, is a municipality in East Flanders, a Belgian province. This area contains the towns of Belzele, Doornzele, Ertvelde, Evergem proper, Kerkbrugge-Langerbrugge, Kluizen, Rieme, Sleidinge, and Wippelgem.
Some of its top attractions include:
Some notable figures reside or have lived in Evergem. These famous people include:
During WWI, Ertvelde functioned as a blockade in case the Netherlands attacked from the north. In addition, this area has many bunkers that are easy to locate. Currently, these bunkers are mostly found in fields utilized by farmers.
In 2020, the total population of Evergem was 35,628 residents.
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