From 10/06/2017 to 30/09/2017

World Refugee Day: Exhibition ‘Sueños refugiados’

Exhibitions. A display of photographic work by young asylum seekers.

Sant MartíLa plaça de les Glòries Catalanes

Solidarity event ‘Between everyone, 12 million’

Activities. Bike ride and skating to help refugees.

EixampleParc de l'Estació del Nord

‘Paraules refugi’

Xerrades. Debate on cooperation and a dramatized reading of real accounts by refugees.

From 07/11/2017 to 21/12/2017

Training course on asylum and international protection

Formació. The Fundació ACSAR is organising the tenth edition of this specialised training course.

Ciutat VellaFundació ACSAR

Solidarity stitching: ‘Rag dolls for refugees’

Workshops. A stitching activity to make cuddly toys to send to refugee children.

Sarrià-Sant GervasiCentre Cívic Casa Sagnier
From 07/11/2017 to 28/11/2017

Exhibition ‘Saving refugees’

Exhibitions. The photos show us the daily life of lifesavers helping people survive in the Aegean and Mediterranean.

Horta-GuinardóCentre Cívic Teixonera

‘Tell me a story’: Refugees

Children's activity. Storytelling session to introduce young children to the reality of refugees.

Horta-GuinardóCentre Cívic Teixonera
From 05/09/2017 to 10/10/2017

Exhibition ‘Lives on hold: refugees trapped at the border between Greece and Macedonia’

A display of photography by Laia Ros, with texts by Guido Cengiarotti.

EixampleCentre Cultural La Casa Elizalde
From 08/09/2017 to 06/10/2017

Second edition of the Cinema Refugi film series

Film. The aim of Cinema Refugi is to use film to present the debate on refuge, migration and public solidarity with migrants.

From 02/10/2017 to 27/10/2017

Exhibition ‘Black odyssey’

Exhibitions. The exhibition illustrates the odyssey of the journey made by people displaced by war.

Horta-GuinardóBiblioteca El Carmel - Juan Marsé
From 02/10/2017 to 27/10/2017

Exhibition ‘Europe, borders closed’

Exhibitions. Photographic exhibition showing the work of Pau Martí, a photojournalist and first-hand witness of the refugee crisis.

Horta-GuinardóCasal de Barri Can Baró - El Pirineu

Talk ‘The path from war to refuge’

Talks. This talk aims to raise awareness on what causes people to seek refuge.

Horta-GuinardóSala Polivalent de Montbau
From 16/10/2017 to 29/10/2017

Exhibition ‘Refugees, why?’

Exhibitions. Photographic display to raise awareness about the causes of refuge.

Horta-GuinardóCasal de Gent Gran Vall d'Hebron

Talk ‘Refugees: myths and challenges’

Talks. The talk should help familiarise us with the reality of refugees, how to help and break down stereotypes.

Horta-GuinardóBiblioteca Guinardó - Mercè Rodoreda
From 07/11/2017 to 28/11/2017

Exhibition ‘Europe, land of reception’

Exhibitions. An exhibition of work by students from the INS Vall d’Hebron on the situation of refugees in Europe.

Horta-GuinardóCentre Cívic Teixonera
From 01/12/2017 to 28/12/2017

Exhibition ‘Walls of shame’

Exhibitions. The exhibition encourages reflection on the role of walls in western societies.

Horta-GuinardóInstitut Vall d'Hebron
From 23/10/2017 to 04/11/2017

Exhibition ‘Illustrated diaries of refugees’

Exhibitions. Graphic display of the therapeutic and reflective processes from the art therapy workshop organised by the CCAR in 2011.

Horta-GuinardóBiblioteca Guinardó - Mercè Rodoreda

Contest: ‘Are you familiar with the reality facing refugees?’

Workshops. A contest based on bringing us closer to the situation facing refugees, through a dynamic set of questions.

From 07/09/2017 to 11/10/2017

‘Wa Habibi’ (Oh, my love) by Carole Alfarah

Exposicions. A display showing the work of the Syrian photographer Carole Alfarah, focusing on the effects of war.

EixampleCentre Cultural La Casa Elizalde
From 18/09/2017 to 18/12/2017

Information sessions on volunteer work

Volunteer work. Information sessions to introduce people to social volunteer work, how to collaborate with an entity, who benefits and what tasks are carried out.

From 06/04/2017 to 30/09/2017

‘Refugiats, l'odissea cap a Europa’

Exhibitions. Photographic display by Sergi Càmara documenting the extremely tough journey to Europe which thousands of people decide to take on as they flee from war.