Memory. The plaque unveiled in the Horta-Guinardó district is the tenth of its kind to be put up since October 2015, remembering the residents of Barcelona’s shantytown neighbourhoods.
Technology.Ten young artists have produced artistic creations around Barcelona’s ten city districts to show their vision of digitalisation and the transformational power of new technologies.
Prevention. The facility was opened last May and is designed to offer schoolchildren information and advice on prevention and self-protection.
Mobility. The district is to invest 85,000 euros in managing and minimising disruptions to local residents due to the large volume of visitors to the area.
Participation. Before the collective act on 23 May, students from the participating districts will read out their proposals to councillors on the reception of refugees at a neighbourhood level.
Diversity. Over the last year the New Families service has attended to 2,266 families, mainly from people from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines and China.
MWeekBCN. The programme of parallel and prior activities for the Mobile World Congress has been boosted.
Public works. The municipal government is putting forth two short-term proposals to cover the ring road at Sant Genís dels Agudells and La Teixonera, the zones where there is the broadest consensus.