The El Born Cultural and Memorial Centre will be hosting four discussions about European identity, guided by Mònica Terribas.
Thursday 13 October will see the start of the third Europe D.O., once again with Mònica Terribas as organiser and chair of the discussions. Based on dialogue with thinkers and intellectuals with careers of excellence in various fields, the cycle aims to take an in-depth look at the shared social, economic, institutional and identity construct that is Europe.
Europe D.O. 2016 will begin on 13 October with the discussion Democratisation and Empowerment in Twenty-First-Century Europe, with Chantal Mouffe, professor of Political Theory at the University of Westminster.
Thursday 27 October will be the turn of Refugees: Europe's Shame Uncovered, by Loretta Napoleoni, doctor in Economic Theory, journalist, writer and political analyst, expert in financing and new forms of terrorism, and Sami Naïr, French political scientist, philosopher, sociologist and professor, specialist in migratory movements.
Thursday 3 November will see Activism, Social Movements and Human Rights with Boaventura de Sousa Santos, doctor in the Sociology of Law from Yale University, chair in Sociology at the University of Coïmbra, considered an intellectual with international recognition in the field of social sciences.
To finish, the discussion on Tuesday 15 November is entitled Does Europe As We Know It Have a Future?, by Viviane Reding, a politician from Luxembourg who has worked for most of her career in the European Parliament and who was awarded the Cross of Sant Jordi in 1992.
More information at the El Born Cultural and Memorial Centre website.
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