. Barcelona City Council launches a website to facilitate the installation and integration of foreigners, especially aimed at international talent seeking to establish and undertake an economic or professional activity.
Barcelona City Council stands up for the values of the Declaration of Human Rights and supports three new conventions within the UN
. The Plenary of the Municipal Council approved an Institutional Declaration to defend the validity and necessity of effectiveness of the values of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and to support three new conventions.
. The mayor of Barcelona participated in the launch of the programming that Barcelona will offer as a guest city of honor in the 45th edition of the International Book Fair of Buenos Aires.
. Rescue boats 'Open Arms', 'Aita Mari' and 'Sea Watch' are retained in different ports without being able to carry out marine rescue tasks.
Barcelona requests European and state institutions more competencies against real estate speculation
. Deputy mayor Janet Sanz participated in a seminar on the effects of tax evasion and money laundering that took place in the European Parliament headquarters.
"Identity and positioning of Barcelona: a collaborative storytelling", an alliance to promote the international image of the city
. The new project for the identity and positioning of Barcelona has had the participation of multiple actors and seeks to project to the world in a coordinated way a future brand based on the values of the city.
Access to housing and basic income, fundamental points of Barcelona's commitment to the European Social Pillar
. Barcelona City Council has chosen basic income and housing and assistance for homelessness as the two most important commitments of the city within the 20 principles that make up the European Social Pillar.
Refuge City. The Mayor has written to the Ministry of Public Works, demanding that the organisation’s boat retained in the port be allowed to sail.
. The aim of the study "Barcelona to the Eyes of the World 2018" is to monitor the evolution of the perception of the city at a global level through the opinions of more than 3,000 people from relevant countries.
Observatori Barcelona 2018: Barcelona, the fourth city in the world most prepared for the technological future
. The Observatori Barcelona 2018 report incorporates the PwC's ranking of cities prepared for the future challenges of new technologies. Barcelona is ranked fourth in the world, behind Singapore, London and Shanghai.