The event will bring together Barcelona's international community in an in-person fair at the Maritime Museum, under the motto Back to (net)work!, with a space for welcoming, meeting and networking.
6 successful professionals from different backgrounds will share their visions and experiences of their new life in Barcelona at the annual meeting aimed at the city's international community.
Mobility and transport. The goal is to receive 125 million euros in subsidies from EU funds.
Budget. The initial municipal budget proposal is presented, with a 4.7% increase pushing the overall figure up to 3,406 million euros.
Institutional Relations. Barcelona is a founding member of Eurocities, along with Birmingham, Frankfurt, Lyon, Milan and Rotterdam.
Business. The premises to be purchased should be ground-floor units accessible from the street, with priority to be given to an area in the Bon Pastor neighbourhood (Sant Andreu).
Housing. The Full Council gives the go ahead to declare Barcelona as an area with a tense housing market, according to the Catalan law on containing rents.
Forty-six citizens’ digital rights initiatives set out in a new repository.
Sustainable food. The meeting is on from 19 to 21 October.
Education. Nearly 174,000 children are back to school on Monday, 13 September, with fewer students per class and almost 300 more staff.