Cities: democracy or fiction?
The decline of welfare systems means that, among other things, the population starts to see the loss of acquired social advances as something normal. The city became an essential factor in promoting progress and it should therefore reinforce the mechanisms that would help to stop the regressive processes that threaten us.
Are we really aware of the dangers involved in this regression? Has exhaustion made us resigned? How much of the urban context in which we live is real, illusory or self-deception? These are the questions that open a debate on the democratic city and the fictitious city.
This activity is organised by Casa Amèrica.