Portrait of Oriol Pàmies


(Cornellà de Llobregat, 1959). He holds a degree in Journalism from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. 

He has worked in media outlets that include Tele/eXpres, El Periódico de Catalunya, Diari de Barcelona, Antena 3, El Observador de la Actualidad and El Punt Avui, and also as head of the TMB press office. He is the author of the monograph El Grup Mundo. Pecats i penitències d’una premsa de transició [The Mundo Group. Sins and Penances of a Press during the Transition] (1993).

Articles by Oriol Pàmies

Impacte de la pobresa i les desigualtats en la infància i l’adolescència

La infància no sols és el futur d’una ciutat, també és part del present, tot i el seu reduït pes demogràfic. A Barcelona, se situa al voltant del 14% de la...

Impact of poverty and inequality on childhood and adolescence

Children aren’t just the future of a city; they are also part of the present, despite their relatively small demographic representation. In Barcelona,...

Gent passejant pel carrer Pi i Maragall. ©Laura Guerrero
What are the people of Barcelona like, how do they live and what do they think?

Barcelona is experiencing growth (1.3% in the last year), driven by immigration (31% of registered residents born abroad, representing 177 nationalities), and...

La Clariana de Les Glòries
Green areas, biodiversity and quality of life

The quantity and quality of vegetation is a key factor for achieving a healthy city and combating climate change. Street trees provide shade and help to...

Josep Tarradellas Barcelona - El Prat Airport. Inside of the Terminal 1
Josep Tarradellas Airport, a major hub of activity

An airport acts as a major gateway to the city or region it serves. Barcelona airport, located in the municipality of El Prat de Llobregat, is a transport hub...

Digital map of the city of Barcelona
Barcelona, a digital technology hub

The charts point to Barcelona as a leading hub of the new economy, which is developed around information and communication technologies (ICT). In recent years...

Vista aèria de Barcelona de nit
A day in the life of Barcelona

In the course of a day, 1,660,314 people constantly breathing and on the move generate a great number of movements, interactions, needs, aspirations… In a year, 11,...

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