civil society organizations

Barcelona is a plural city that prides itself on its diversity. In Barcelona, Brazilian men and women are not the most numerous, but they are among the “loudest”: Brazilian percussion groups, affectionately called batucadas, are a classic at any popular festival. 

Isabel Pato, the Former coordinator for fundraising at Oxfam Brazil.

The Former coordinator for fundraising at Oxfam Brazil talks to us about the task done by organisations and movements in the country to counter inequalities, local struggles and gives us examples of social innovation and ways to do joint advocacy work.

Athayde Motta: board member at ABONG.

The board member at ABONG, a Brazilian network defending rights, talks to us about the role citizens play in fighting for democracy and defending social rights.

This report is part of the "Territories in Transition" initiative of the Table of the third sector.

The Third Sector Platform of Catalonia and Xarxanet-Nonprofit have developed a thematic report to explore the Brazilian challenges and highlight emerging proposals by society and human rights organizations of the country.

The ‘Alliance for an Equal Treatment Act’ calls Spanish government to approve legislation against all type of discrimination.

This union demands Spanish governments to approve a legislation to fight against all kinds of discrimination.