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.
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.
Tourism. Agreement with tour guides to adopt measures improving compatibility between tour activity and everyday life in the city.
Cleaning. The first stage of the public and commercial awareness campaign has led to 75% of establishments improving the way they manage waste.
Facilities. Half of the space in the Palau Victòria Eugènia will be used for large temporary exhibitions, providing a boost for art being offered in the city.
Tourism. The extra funds from the tourist tax will be used entirely for new measures to offset the negative impact of tourism in the city.
Commerce. A package of 43 measures will boost and protect local commerce, making it more competitive and sustainable and highlighting its key role in everyday life in the neighbourhoods.