Event

22 Feb 2021
When:
Mon 22 February, 2021
To :
Sun 28 February, 2021
Location
Luxembourg, Esch, Ettelbruck, Mamer, Schengen, Wiltz
Luxembourg
2020 events in Luxembourg
Presentation of the progress
28 Feb 2020 Luxembourg City
On Rare Disease Day 2020
29 Feb 2020 Holzem
Infostand with quiz supported
04 Mar 2020 Ettelbruck
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic,
22 Feb 2021 - 28 Feb 2021 Luxembourg, Esch,...
Luxembourg

Light It Up 22 February 2021 - 28 February 2021 Luxembourg, Esch, Ettelbruck, Mamer, Schengen, Wiltz, Luxembourg
+352 266 112 1
Hosted by ALAN - Maladies Rares Luxembourg

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, gathering events will not be possible in 2021. Thus, the rare disease community has decided to focus its efforts on the illumination of public, symbolic buildings and monuments around the world with the goal of fostering a sense of community among people affected by a rare disease, expressing solidarity and raising awareness.

For the "Light It Up" campaign in Luxembourg, multiple flagship buildings will be illuminated in the colors of Rare Disease Day (blue, pink, green, purple) for the last week of February 2021, including:

• City of Luxembourg: the watertower at the Ban de Gasperich

• City of Esch-sur-Alzette: the Town Hall and the Belval blast furnaces

• Ettelbruck: the CAPE - Center des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck

• Mamer: the Mamer Schlass and the Maison Citoyenne

• Wiltz: the Wiltz Castle

• Schengen: the Columns of Nations

• The Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg

• The Centre Hospitalier Emile Mayrisch

The official launch of the “Light It Up” campaign will take place on the 24th of February 2021 at 19:00 with the illumination of watertower at the Ban de Gasperich by Luxembourg’s Health Minister, Mrs. Paulette Lenert, the Mayor of Luxembourg City, Mrs. Lydie Polfer.

The illumination of the buildings will be accompanied by an intensive campaign on both social and traditional media, led by national patient alliance ALAN - Maladies Rares Luxembourg and its partner the Center Hospitalier du Nord.

In addition, the annual presentation of the progress of the National Plan for Rare Diseases will be held via webinar on the 26th of February.

Share this