Barcelona en Comú, the municipal movement formerly known as Guanyem, has opened up a new set of intertwining horizons for radical democracy in the city. With all eyes on Syriza, Podemos and the Troika, the focus of attention among the left these days is the possibility to reclaim democracy at the state — and, inshallah, […]
Author: Manuela Zechner
Manuela Zechner is a researcher, cultural worker and facilitator. Moving between the UK, Austria and Spain. She has finished a PhD thesis on the role of care in precarity movements and neoliberal governance. Her main ongoing platforms are the Future Archive project, the Sounds of Movement radio show, and the Radical Collective Care Practices blog.
The last years have seen strong mobilizations around the right to abortion in Spain: justice minister Alberto Ruíz Gallardon announced the criminalization of abortion in 2012, now the law has been voted through congress. As 8th March 2014 approaches, protests against the re-insertion of abortion into the domain of criminal law are intensifying in Spain […]