Democratic memory. A new commemorative plaque has been installed at the Mercat de Canyelles.
LGBTI. Ceremony to mark thirty years since the death of Sonia Rescalvo Zafra, the transsexual woman murdered by a fascist group in 1991.
We look back at some of the most decisive spaces and stages in the evolution of the LGTBI movement, and pay tribute to the contributions made by different key figures.
Democratic memory. The change to the name of this street in Vallvidrera pays tribute to the teacher born in 1927.
Democratic memory. Up to now she had been running the Laurier’s Centre for Memory and Testimony Studies in Canada and had been a lecturer at a university in that country.
Historical Memory. Ceremony to unveil an information panel and a talk on 30 July, at the Convent de Sant Agustí community centre.
LGBTI. A working group will be set up on LGBTI democratic memory.
Democratic memory. The main activities in the cycle include the installation of plaques and information panels, routes and itineraries, debates, exhibitions, community art displays, murals and the publication of works.
The entire square located inside Parc de la Ciutadella and housing the bandstand where Sonia Rescalvo Zafra was murdered will be named after her.
Archives. The event should bring together over 3,000 people specialising in archives, record management and data management.
Culture and free time. The commemorative plaque was installed at the house where the poet and the cultural activist lived as a couple.
Photography. The exhibition for people to discover the photographic collections of the district archives will be on at various community centres over the course of 2021.
Democratic memory. The removal of the shield comes within the context of the commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the proclamation of the Second Republic.
Democratic memory. Commemorative information panels have been set up at three city spaces created during the Second Republic.
Feminism and women. The former Carrer de l’Almirall Aixada now bears the name of the founder of the Associació de Veïns de l’Òstia.
Democratic memory. The city’s districts host various activities from 13 to 18 April to mark the proclamation of the Second Republic.
Berta Cáceres memorial. The lectern was installed at a ceremony to mark International Women’s Day in the district of Sant Martí.
Democratic memory. The new website documents 1,322 air-raid shelters using an interactive map.
Feminism. Six outstanding women form the fields of teaching, literature and medicine will give their names to streets and squares in the city.
Feminism and women. The exhibition ‘Women Photographers in Barcelona’ is on in front of El Born CCM until June.
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Urban planning. The priority is to open up space for use by local people, preserve historical memory and create public housing, new facilities and a park.
City Council. A minute’s silence and a wreath in memory of all the victims of the 2017 terrorist attack along the Rambla.
Commemoration. Screenings and conferences on 30 July at The Born Cultural Centre.
Democratic memory. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps.
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.
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Democratic memory. The Nazi camps were liberated 75 years ago this year.
Democratic memory. ‘Auschwitz today, 75 years on’ is being held at El Born CCM and is the first of this year’s commemorative events.
Judaism. Pl. Sant Jaume will be the meeting point for the celebration with city residents.
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Democratic memory. The project will continue until 2021 and be a focus of attention and thought linking Barcelona with the German capital.
Democratic memory. Ceremony for justice, responsibility and gratitude towards volunteers from around the wold who fought to defend republican values.
Culture and free time. This artistic project by the MUHBA offers a means of interpreting history by interrogating architecture, neighbourhoods and landscapes.
Democratic memory. El Born CCM is hosting a string of activities and cultural practices rooted in everyday life and the local territory from 13 to 19 October.
This Friday, 11 October, an event to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots will be held at the Barcelona LGBTI Centre.
Catalan National Day. The political scientists Rainer Huhle will be analysing migration policies in Europe since the construction of the Berlin Wall.
Democratic memory. The memorial complex was proposed by local residents, several organisations and associations and former inmates.
Air-raid shelters built under the dictatorship once the Civil War had ended have been located and documented.
City Council. The Care and Assessment Unit for People Affected by Terrorism (UAVAT) has helped 210 people affected by the terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils.
Urban planning. Three new windows in the wall allow passers-by to read the verse “Más allá de los muros, la calle”, painted in the courtyard.
History. The fourth edition of Arqueoborn includes training sessions and guided visits.
Memory. The remains will be returned to their families if their identity can be ascertained.
Urban planning. The goal is to preserve historical memory, open up a space which is current enclosed, create green space and introduce facilities and public housing.
Memory. The event represented the first meeting in Barcelona of the children and other descendants of women deported to the concentration camp.
Memory programmes. A memorial plaque remembers the workers’ mobilisation which achieved the eight-hour working day.
Memory. Underground structures located from the unfinished metro project below C/ Nou de la Rambla from 1931.
Memory programmes. The fourth edition of this cycle based around culture, reflection and historical memory offers over twenty activities between 6 and 14 April.
City Council. The committee will analyse applications from people who suffered repression between 1960 and 1978.
Memory. The exhibition ‘Deconstructing Francoism. Symbols of the Dictatorship in Barcelona’ opens on 15 March.
Memory. An inscription on the pavement near Pla de l’Os reads “May peace cover you, oh city of peace”.
Memory. A cycle of activities marks the 40th anniversary of the first democratic municipal elections.
City Council. Local residents’ organisations have promoted the changes to Riera de Cassoles and Pau Alsina, respectively.
Memory. The wall at Plaça del Fòrum bears names and surnames to remember the 1,706 people executed by the Franco regime between 1939 and 1952.
Feminism. The women’s days held in Catalonia in May 1976 provide the starting point for this account.
Urban planning. The former prison has also now got panels offering historical information, helping to enrich visits to the site.
Memory. Broad consensus between municipal groups, historical memory and human rights organisations in the city after the foundation announces its intention to open a delegation in Barcelona.
Urban planning and infrastructures. The former prison’s transformation into a citizen space includes public housing, local facilities and a large green area.
LGBTI. The laws on ‘layabouts and crooks’ and ‘social dangerousness’ condemned homosexuals and transsexuals.
City Council. A board made up of specialists will analyse and assess applications to gain a declaration.