The measure complies with the latest indications made by Procicat and Barcelona City Council.
The Centre’s 2nd Annual Conference, which can be attended (subject to prior registration) in person with reduced capacity, as well as followed remotely on YouTube, will be held on 23 and 24 October.
The competition is part of the Festival Barcelona Dibuixa's activities programme, which takes place from 10 to 25 October.
The cornerstone is the exhibition entitled “Un sol moment. Relats sobre la identitat de gènere” [A single moment. Narratives on gender identity], which can be visited both in person and virtually until 31 December.
The cultural activities programme is also being resumed, with hybrid offerings to ensure compliance with safety measures
Culture and free time. The second edition is on from 13 to 18 October.
La Mercè. This year’s city festival will have limited audience capacities, offer more decentralised events and be able to be followed from home.
#FireAtHome can be followed throughout Spain on the Filmin platform from 10 to 20 September.
Citizenship Rights. Entries have up to 23 October 2020 to be submitted.
Inclusion. The first six months of the year saw the Office for Non-Discrimination deal with 111 situations of discrimination that occurred in the city.