These frescoes were placed on the wall bases of two buildings that were renovated by the city in the derelict Rue Spintay. This was done with European funds and subsidies from the Walloon Region. These buildings, among other things, housed the services of the city's "Plan de Prévention". This is the basis for the social workers who are committed to supporting the residents by listening, talking, informing and guiding. The "Plan de Prévention" aims to improve the quality of life for those who need it. The range of services is varied and can range from help with drug addiction, to ex-prisoners through mediation to finding a place to live, providing food and individual counseling. There is no direct link between these services and the fresco unless the quotations from "Dire Nous" argue for a society of solidarity and respect. The cheerful color and the imaginative images underline the positive aspect of this message.