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The document includes, among other data, 817 initiatives carried out which close to 10,300 people took part in, to disseminate the intercultural perspective from a mainstreaming point of view
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The #AturemRumors campaign run by the #XarxaBCNAntirumors network began on 18 April. Dozens of people have taken part and it was a trending topic on networks.
- Actualitat de l’Espai
- Actualitat antirumors
- Plans de treball i d’acció
- Videos antirumors
- Dossiers, estudis...
- Persones adultes
- Públic en general
- Manuals antirumors
- Tallers-debats amb dinàmiques participatives
- Còmic antirumors i intercultural “Blanca Rosita Barcelona”
- Rumors, prejudicis i estereotips
Barcelona Anti-Rumour Strategy
Through co-leadership with the Barcelona Anti-Rumour Network, we generate tools, activities and opportunities for reflection in order to dispel rumours and false stereotypes that stigmatise our culturally diverse neighbours and hamper living together in equality.
Data and arguments for dispelling rumours and false stereotypes about our culturally diverse neighbours
Organisations, facilities, services, individual people and others working together against rumours and stereotypes. Will you join us?
A set of proposals free-of-charge for bringing intercultural and anti-rumour reflection into the neighbourhoods. Request an activity!
All the latest news about intercultural projects promoted or supported by Barcelona City Council and developed by the Barcelona Interculturality Programme as well as social agents such as organisations, districts, public facilities, services, and so on.
Choir of about fifty people of 24 different nationalities and with a plurilingual musical repertoire.
All community proposals led by Community Centres striving to bring interculturality to the neighbourhoods.
The Barcelona Interculturality Programme works side by side with the neighbourhood or district chosen, to improve living together in diversity.
A meeting point for highlighting the contributions to the city by Barcelona residents, regardless of their cultural background. Also organises activities for people learning Catalan to foster greater awareness of everybody's Barcelona.
Cultural proposals open to all, that create spaces for meeting, reflection and dialogue while highlighting and valuing the contributions cultural diversity makes to the city.
Exhibitions, whether travelling or at the CNL on Avinyó 52, usea variety of formats to highlight interculturality as a model for living together, social cohesion and building the city as a joint effort.
City walks, guided tours, workshops... Check here for all free activities requiring registration for this quarter and book your choice now.
Training and resources
All the latest news about intercultural and anti-rumour training courses organised by the Barcelona Interculturality Programme. Also available here are the materials generated by these training courses and by other actions for promoting interculturality.
We provide tools for introducing action from an intercultural perspective gradually into different areas and sectors.
Learn to dispel rumours and false stereotypes about cultural diversity in the city, through dialogue and reflection.
View and share audiovisual resources: anti-rumour activity clips, videos against racism and discrimination, talks...