October 5, 2023
The National Humanities Research Award analyzes the current challenges in the inauguration of the European Capital of Democracy
At the inaugural conference of the European Capital of Democracy, Daniel Innerarity highlighted the importance of rethinking the future of democracy. He warned that the real crisis is not whether democracy will survive, but what future it offers to citizens and how it is linked to their well-being. Innerarity has emphasized the need to make visible the connection between individual interests and public goods to ensure a more egalitarian future.
September 14, 2023
For one year, the city of Barcelona and its metropolitan region will host local, metropolitan, European and international events, conferences and activities linked to democratic innovation, citizen participation, culture, education and public space
Barcelona City Council and the Barcelona Metropolitan Strategic Plan (PEMB) –which form the technical office of the European Capital of Democracy– have presented the program of events this September 14 in the Saló de Cent of the City Hall of the Catalan capital. In this way, the starting signal has been given, practically coinciding...