Local and community challenges in times of pandemic.

Introducing the IGOP Fall School Program, which will take place over three Tuesdays, the days 26 October and on 2 i 9 November.

Three independent sessions that will take place at the IGOP School (Passeig d’Urrutia, 17 BCN) at 4 p.m..

Download the program: IGOP Autumn School 2021

Free registration a: https://bit.ly/escolatardorIGOP

Session 03. Covid and the digital divide: challenges in caring for people and community resilience.

16: 00h Welcome

16: 10h ROUND TABLE. Municipal initiatives.
Moderation: Charlotte Fernandez, IGOP research coordinator.

  • Isabella Long, director of BIT Habitat Projects, Pilot Project “Connect Barcelona”.
  • Penelope Ramirez, community technique and the rest of the community team, Gavà City Council. “Farmhouse, from l'1.0”

16: 45h OPEN TURN of speech / debate.

17: 00h ROUND TABLE. Community experiences.

  • Ester Rams, The truck, Community School of Continuing Education.
  • Adrià Cuenca, Project coordinator M4social in the Table of entities of the Third Social Sector of Catalonia.

17: 40h OPEN TURN of speech / debate.
17: 50h Debate between the 4 ponents.
18: 30h End of the session.

Session 02. Impacts of Covid and post-pandemic learning: education, health and nutrition

16: 00h INTRODUCTION and moderation of the session by: David Palomera
Pre-doctoral researcher at l’IGOP.

16: 10am Impacts and learning from health: Maribel Pasarin
Director of the Public Health Observatory. Barcelona Public Health Agency.

16: 35h Impacts and learning from education: Sheila González
Post-doctoral researcher at the UAB.

17 a 17: 15 OPEN TURN of words / 17:15 a 17: 30 break.

17: 30h ROUND TABLE. Challenges of Food and the Social and Solidarity Economy.
Moderation: Josep Espluga, professor of Sociology at the UAB and researcher at the IGOP.

  • Guillem Subirachs, social balance technician of the Social and Solidarity Economy Network.
    Presentation of the Report “The impact of Covid19 on the ESS: solidarity despite the difficulties”
  • Annaïs Tailor, project technique, Arran de Terra cooperative,
    Presentation “Impact and challenges of food networks with the COVID-19”.
  • Sara Alcalà. Neighborhood Plan Baskets Project.

18: 30h OPEN TURN of speech / debate.

Session 01. Innovations and post-pandemic responses. A vision from local governments.

16: 00h WELCOME and inauguration by Ismael Blanco, Director of the IGOP.

16: 10am LECTURE MARC.
"The post-covid metropolis" Ricard Goma, Professor of Political Science at the UAB

16: 40h ROUND TABLE.
Moderation by: Fernando Pindado, lawyer and collaborator of the IGOP.

  • Laia Claverol, Barcelona City Council Social Rights Manager.
  • Teia Fabrega, Director of the Social Action Consortium of La Garrotxa.
  • Star Arguelles, Director of the Equality and Social Rights Area, Sant Boi de Llobregat City Council.

17: 40h OPEN TURN OF WORD / DEBATE. End of session at 18: 30h.