You can spend practically the whole Carnival week in Barcelona eating and we aim to show you how
Women and feminism. Call for the 14th 25 November Award
Social Rights. The World Health Organisation has chosen the B-INCOME programme as a leading example in reducing inequalities and improving health.
Awareness. We’re celebrating World Refugee Day on 16 June, a family day to stand up for and celebrate that we are and will continue to be a welcoming city.
Urban agriculture. Local residents will be able to visit any of the city’s allotments, from 1 to 9 June.
The month of May brings tens of local festivals to the city. This list of festivals is organised by date and will help you keep track of them.
Are you interested in Barcelona’s feminist movement? Next Tuesday, 5 February, join us for the conference on "Women on the move. Participation and gender in the city".
Commerce and markets. Positive balance of the first three months of the alternative payment method to help local shops and the local economy.
Feminism. The new campaign coincides with the week of 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
More than a hundred of entities already have added to the self-evident #AturemRumors, since today, 18 of April begins a full year of activities to struggle against the stereotypes and rumours