TADA stimulates its participants to:

  • broaden their (future) perspectives
  • become motivated, resilient individuals with self-knowledge and self-esteem
  • develop their horizontal or life skills
  • deepen their knowledge of and connection with the society they live in

By inspiring children in a safe environment that opens the door to the world, TADA seeks to empower its young participants and prevent demotivation and its negative consequences (such as learning fatigue, early school dropout, delinquency and unemployment).

By encouraging an intergenerational and intercultural dialogue between different ‘worlds’ that wouldn’t meet under ordinary circumstances, TADA also seeks to contribute to a socially more cohesive Brussels.