Connecting Barcelona

Description / Objectives

Neighbourhood digital-inclusion pilot project.

‘Connectem Barcelona’ is a pilot project to provide high-quality internet access to 400 vulnerable households in the neighbourhood of Trinitat Nova (Nou Barris) as well as evaluate the impact that being connected to internet with laptops has, and whether this improves when it is accompanied by skill-acquisition and training. The conclusions that are drawn will make it possible to define and quantify digital policies aimed at eliminating the digital gap throughout the city.

The project is a pioneering initiative aimed at combating this new source of social inequality, digitalisation, which the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated.

‘Connectem Barcelona’ is part of the city's plans for a fair digital transition, which aim to close the digital gap completely. It has been made possible by the collaboration of 30 organisations, including associations and companies, which have become involved in the project.


Local third-sector organisations and facilities that are collaborating with the project:


Third Sector Round Table

Fundació Catalana de l’Esplai


Red Cross

Pere Tarrés Foundation

AV Trinitat Nova (neighbourhood association)


Punt zero

Punt Òmnia Trinitat Nova

Barcelona Institute of Technology

Taula Oberta Trinitat Nova

IES Escola Trinitat Nova

Trinitat Nova Neighbourhood Centre

Chafarinas Primary Care Centre (CAP)

Fundació Pare Manel-Punt Òmnia Verdum

Centre Cruïlla (neighbourhood facility)

Zona Nord Library

Barcelona Education Consortium


Collaborating companies and representatives from the Catalan technological ecosystem:








Digital Future Society




Fundació Mobile World Capital Barcelona


Biennial of Thought 2022: activities, participants and calendar

Wed, 14/09/2022 - 12:03

Biennial of Thought. Over sixty debates and activities with nearly 200 participants from national and international realms, from 11 to 16 October.

Website programming training to promote labour insertion for vulnerable women

Tue, 23/08/2022 - 11:00

Employment. The BCNFemTech programme achieved 72% labour insertion in its first three editions.


REC Cultural: the new citizen currency offering discounts on culture

Mon, 18/07/2022 - 15:06

Culture and free time. The pilot project gets under way in Sants and Poble-sec in September.

Giga tech centre for the global digital connectivity of schools to move into Ca l’Alier

Mon, 18/07/2022 - 14:33

Inclusion. The goal is to help drive the improvement of global education and reduce exclusion and the digital divide, an important step in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS).


Exposició 'Museu de la desigualtat digital'

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Centre d'Innovació Urbana Ca l'Alier
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934 860 638
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