The challenges of the future
The digital revolution, the climate emergency, gender and social inequalities ... The 21st century poses challenges that require global solutions. The Biennial of Thought invites you to debate and think, and to talk about democracy, technology and the city. To imagine the future. Come along and take part!
See the activities included in each itinerary
It's in your interest
Racism, the woodworm in the beams of our system
2020 may be the year of the COVID pandemic but is also the year of the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Digital environments, freedom or oppression?
Progress means more and more passwords, someone said. More and more virtual interfaces that plough through our daily lives, public and private, presumably to make them easier.
Barcelona Metròpolis with the Biennial of Thought
The world is changing, crises mount up and the initial impact is on large cities. What do we have to do to make sure democracy emerges reinforced? The authors invited to take part in this issue of Barcelona Metròpolis consider these questions.
The environmental approach pervading collective debates
Today’s media is erratic, with trending topics appearing and disappearing from the scene, but there is one fundamental issue that never goes away and which no one can avoid: the climate emergency.
Activisms, from the community to institutions
The political action taking place outside institutions went through a particularly busy period almost ten years ago, with examples including the Arab Spring and the 15M and Occupy movements, as well as the mobilising capacity of projects such as Procés.
The Biennial of Thought, open and safe
The exceptional situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has not prevented Barcelona from holding a new edition of the Biennial of Thought.
Feminism takes the floor
Gender issues are certainly part of the public debate.
Reaching thought through art and creation
The ability to reflect about issues of a certain importance in many different ways is something that the Biennial is very certain of.
Thinking and rethinking possible Barcelonas
The debate about which city model(s) we want is never-ending.