The city council devotes a whole year to the most internationally acclaimed interreligious and intercultural Catalan philosopher
On Thursday, 22 February we’ll enjoy a day full of experiences through the languages.
Manuel Arranza’s Library will host a discussion panel on housing, rumours and stereotypes.
Coexistence. The Barcelona Anti-Rumours Network is running a campaign to help users detect and put a stop to hate speech on social media.
A knowledge sharing session to keep on dismantling rumours and stereotypes.
On July 13th we will receive a training session by experts using an intersectional and decolonisation perspective.
The next edition will take place in September.
#BCNvsOdi Conference. Under the slogan "Control yourself on social networks! What we do on social networks has consequences", the conference aimed to look at the existing problems and to define strategies to combat intolerance on...
Human rights. City Council is presenting a pioneer plan to prevent hate crimes, backing awareness measures and providing support for victims, particularly women.
Interview. We spoke to Patricia Jirón, psychologist at the Centre Exil and an exile from Pinochet’s Chile.