LABOR RIGHTS. As part of the commemoration of Labor Day, on May 1, we spoke with two of the most representative organizations in the sector, Mujeres Pa'lante and Sindihogar, about labor rights and struggles.
The goal is also to enable city residents to leave behind a record of what in a few years’ time will be worth remembering, going beyond what the media or official sources say.
COVID-19. This year’s event is highly unusual and supports neighbourhood bookshops.
Immigration. The Guidance and Accompaniment Service for Immigrants (SOAPI) has published a series of documents in 10 languages containing the main changes to immigration-related procedures during the state of emergency declared in...
Feminism. The Care, Recovery and Shelter Service (SARA) and the Social Emergency and Urgent Care Centre (CUESB), continue to offer support for any women at risk.
COVID-19. The Barcelona City Council, through the Barcelona Cuida space, has published a guide of recommendations and resources for telephone support for people who care for sick or dependent people.
Culture and free time. Various activities via social media.
Childhood. The website will feature creations and reflections by the city’s children as text, drawings or images.
Radars. The Radars project is running a campaign with recommendations for neighbours.
Mental health. The goal is to prevent people’s mental health from deteriorating as a result of the period of confinement, particularly those most vulnerable.