Catalonia Today


Students rally against climate change

The climate change movement led by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg is picking up momentum around the world, and in Catalonia. Yesterday, protests took place around the country. In Barcelona,...

Quarter of people at risk of poverty

Report shows that levels of inequality are rising in Catalonia after two years of economic improvement


A tour through the life of Van Gogh in Barcelona’s Port Vell

Given the expense and the risks involved, galleries are increasingly reluctant to lend out their most valuable artworks. This has contributed to the proliferation of exhibitions that use technology to...

Tajani’s EU role at risk after Mussolini remarks

Making light of fascism in European politics clearly still comes at a serious cost. Antonio Tajani, the Italian currently presiding over the EuroChamber, was embarrassed yesterday by the reactions to his...

Yellow ribbon controversy

Ciudadanos threatens Torra with judicial moves regarding yellow ribbons as hooded thugs continue to remove them by night


French NGOs in court over climate change

Four French NGOs took the French government to court yesterday over what they deem “inaction” with regards to obligations on climate change. Greenpeace France, The Nicola Hulot Foundation, Notre Affaire...


Pioneeering laser surgery for epilepsy

The Hospital del Mar has become the first in the country to undertake laser surgery for the treatment of epilepsy and brain tumours. The technique is especially useful for accessing regions where traditional...


Rare Dalí painting goes on show in Púbol museum

The Gala Dalí Foundation in Púbol recently acquired a rare painting by Salvador Dalí. “The Landscape of Cadaqués”, will go on display from today at the castle museum, and was made in 1923. Montse...


Flag bias

If all symbols which could be considered partisan must be removed from government buildings during the campaign, the Spanish flag ought to be removed from the facade of the Generalitat. Unionism associates...