Housing. The Government of Catalonia, the High Court of Justice and Barcelona City Council have agreed to work to turn it into a tool for prevention and help for vulnerable families.
Cooperation. Over seventy European cities call for more intense and coordinated action to tackle the crisis.
Cooperation. The summit, organised by the Vatican, is being held in Rome on 9 and 10 December.
Municipal. The Neighbourhood Plan aims to strengthen the network of residents and local associations, getting citizens involved in the development and improvement of neighbourhoods.
Feminism. The city is regaining the memory of women and looking at their role in collective struggles.
Tourism. Fifteen cities are sharing experiences on managing tourism, with holiday lets in city centres as one of the main themes.
City. Speaking at the World Assembly of Cities and Local Authorities in Quito, the Mayor of Barcelona and co-president of the UCLG called for greater cooperation between administrations.
International. Up until Thursday, 13 October, the city is hosting the 54th International Association of Women Police Conference, with over four hundred policewomen from all over the world in attendance.
Distinctions. The Mayor, Ada Colau, presided over the act which recognised the work of officers, institutions and others in providing good service to the city.
Cooperation. The delegation headed by the negotiators in the conflict Henry Acosta and Lucía González met the Mayor.
Evictions. The Mayor of Barcelona called for the prevention of cases such as the one where a mother with three children were evicted as they were unable to keep up rent payments to an owner with numerous properties.
Catalan National Day. The Mayor headed the group of officials from the municipal corporation as they laid flowers at the Rafael Casanovas monument.