Commerce. An extensive programme of activities is planned throughout the year at the city’s 21 shopping hubs.
Employment. ‘Good Work, Barcelona’ offers subsidies of up to 12,000 euros for each new contract paying more than 1,000 euros a month and lasting at least a year, aimed at collectives in need.
Tourism. A team is to intervene where conflicts arise.
Municipal. Barcelona City Council is the institution which scores best and the public perception that the city improves year after year continues.
Culture. The new model for art factories channels municipal support for cultural talent and creation in the city.
Employment. Three new agreements with entities and universities in Catalonia mean extra support for unemployed young people at risk of social and labour exclusion.
Commerce. As a way of paying homage to the victims of 17 August and recognising the response from local residents and shops, the act to switch on this year’s Christmas lights will be held in the iconic avenue.
Mobility. Plans are being considered on how to manage tourist mobility in the city and integrate it into the overall urban planning model.
No tinc por. The effect on commerce and tourism in the city has been minor and activity has recovered quicker than in other cities which have suffered attacks.
La Mercè. The local festival spreads to all the city’s neighbourhoods, with a special focus on the Icelandic capital and a tribute at the start of the fireworks and music spectacular for the victims of the attack on La Rambla.