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.
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.
Asylum. Between them, the two locations are hosting the photographic exhibition ‘L’èxode sirià: lluitant per la supervivència’ up until 23 February.
Commerce. The transformation of the cinema halls into shop space will not prosper via administrative silence.
Culture. The Barcelona Districte Cultural project offers two editions this year (in May and June and again in the autumn) and includes 20 arts proposals and 88 performances at 13 local cultural centres.
Poblenou. Although the thirteen residents forced to abandon their building on C/ Llull, 155 can now return home, studies are still being made to determine the cause of the hole in the ground. Work on the hotels will remain halted as a precaution.
Innovation. The new municipal body aims to strengthen the relationship between the neighbourhood and the local area, increasing participation by local residents, reactivating urban transformation and consolidating the city as a capital for innovation and enterprise.
MWeekBCN. The programme of parallel and prior activities for the Mobile World Congress has been boosted.
The Encants Barcelona Market has been chosen among several other projects to win the Adobe Golden Award given to the best project in urban infrastructure, facilities and services in the city of Tehran.
Commerce. The full district council session for Sant Martí rejected the proposal to extend the shopping centre, with the BComú, PSC, CiU, ERC and CUP groups all voting against it.