Education. The Children and Adolescents Institute is the starting point for the 0-17 BCN Observatory, with the aim of improving knowledge and strengthening local policies that affect the citizens between 0 and 17 years old.
The city council devotes a whole year to the most internationally acclaimed interreligious and intercultural Catalan philosopher
Manuel Arranza’s Library will host a discussion panel on housing, rumours and stereotypes.
Memory. The 2nd Meeting of the Network of Cities against Francoist Impunity, which renowned experts such as the Argentinian judge María Servini will be taking part in, will be showing municipalist action to promote legal proceedings...
Rights. A document with 68 proposals has been presented to dignify the current situation of domestic workers.
Rights. Barcelona City Council is to act as private prosecutor in the case of a man who lost his sight in one eye after being hit by a rubber bullet on 1 October.
Diversity. This year’s city diversity meeting centred part of its activity on dignifying housework and the care of others.
Rights. The evaluation of the special service for victims from 1 October clearly shows the disproportionality of the police action.
Rights. A special mechanism has been put into operation to support citizens affected by the police charges.
Coexistence. The Barcelona Anti-Rumours Network is running a campaign to help users detect and put a stop to hate speech on social media.