Sexual and gender diversity
Find out about services for the LGBTI community, as well as the resources available to fight discrimination, foster respect for sexual and gender diversity and combat LGBTI-phobia. Discover the LGBTI Centre, a pioneering facility offering information, advice and direct support.
Barcelona has been taking part in the reception of refugees and asylum seekers since day one, integrating them into its neighbourhoods and their daily social and cultural life. Find out more.
Discover the new residents and legal advice programmes for people that have recently arrived in Barcelona.
Office for Non-Discrimination (OND)
A human-rights defence service you can turn to if you are experiencing or have experienced any form of discrimination or hate crime, especially on the grounds of origins, cultural or religious affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity. In addition, it also offers training programmes and resources on equal rights.
Office of Religious Affairs (OAR)
An office that provides advice on religious communities, training, mediation and information on the spaces and services that Barcelona’s various religious groups offer.
Barcelona, city of rights
Get to know the city organisations that promote and defend your rights and can help you if you find yourself facing discrimination on the grounds of religion, race or sexual orientation.
In Barcelona we live with different traditions, cultures and languages. The BCN Interculturality Programme is a municipal crosscutting proposal to address and understand harmonious coexistence in diversity.
Guides to inclusive and non-sexist communication
The City Council offers citizens guides to inclusive and non-sexist communication with an intercultural perspective, giving visibility to the city’s plurality and diversity. Find out more!
Municipal Council of Roma People
The Municipal Council of Roma People fights discrimination and sees to improving the well-being and quality of life of this collective.
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The blog centre
Want to know what else is on the Internet? We have compiled a collection of websites and blogs to help you make the most of the city
Barcelona is part of the Rainbow Cities network, an organisation of cities that aims to exchange experiences on LGTBI policies.
Non-profit association centre that aims to normalise homosexuality. [Ca]
Map of feminist organisation
Map that contains a good number of the feminist and women’s organisations and groups working for gender equality in the city
Ca la Dona
A space for meeting and relating to other people, open to participation and to all feminisme proposals. [Ca]
Defence of human rights, equality and equal opportunities. [Ca]
A network of European cities for jointly managing the refugee crisis
Aims to protect the assets and environment of LGTB individuals in situation of vulnerability and dependence. [Ca]
Social association for the development of the Gypsy Community. [Es]
Federation of Gypsy Associations of Catalonia. [Es]
Pride Festival in Barcelona.
Catalan Association for the Integration of Homosexual, Bisexual and Transsexual Immigrants. [Es]