CAF2017 annual Forum - The Limits to Inequality: seeking a sustainable society

Forty top academics, politicians, journalists, activists, artists and members of civil society met in Madrid, November 3rd to 5th, in a three-day congress to collaborate in the pursuit of innovative proposals that address global inequalities and work towards a sustainable society.

A new format of deep debates for the important contents is arriving...

Challenges of a Digital Society

The implications of digital changes for inclusion /exclusion in different areas of social life will be discussed at the Conference.
More specifically, the relationship between digital exclusion and other forms of inequality, especially the part of the digital media in the emergence of new social movements.

28.04.2018 – 20.04.2018, Santiago – Chile


Recent special investigations and leaks referred to as “The Panama Papers” have revealed the indisputable criminal behavior of those who open accounts and store profits in so-called “tax havens,” as well as have exposed those governments and financial entities that facilitate and accept such transfers and deposits. With the conviction that there is a need to limit inequalities pervading the people’s social reality, CAF provides these governments and social organizations with a draft international convention, discussed and developed over the course of its 2016 annual meeting.

SYMUN 2017

More than 300 baccalaureate students gathered in Madrid for the first edition of the Spain Youth Model United Nations (SYMUN) to become a diplomat in a three-day congress. Co-organized by ANUDI and CAF, the participants debated on international security, human rights, gender, and education, and 14 of them were selected to travel to Boston to take part in the Harvard Model United Nations 2018.

08-10 Nov 2017, Carlos III University, Madrid

Ibero-American countries and their role in light of the Trump administration

Conference open to the public featuring Celso Amorim, Brazil’s Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, Mexico DF’s Former Head of Government, and Miguel Ángel Moratinos, Spain’s Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, moderated by José María Forte, Director of Radio 5.
03 July 2017, Casa de América, Madrid


The Refugees Map is an interactive tool intended to empower and optimize transnational action regarding the current migration crisis. Rooted in a crowd-sourcing platform, it is easy to use and features a very intuitive user interface through which anyone can “submit a report” in several categories. This allows the activist to register an initiative, its general information, location, available links and contact information.



Spain Youth Model United Nations is a program organized by  the Association for the United Nations and International Law (Anudi) and the Common Action Forum. A Model United Nations is a conference, usually lasting between three days and a week, where students from all over the world come together to step into the shoes of diplomats from all the UN member states in order to debate about topics concerning international relations. Moreover, a group of selected students will represent the program in Harvard in 2018.



 03 -05 November 2017, Madrid, Spain. The Limits to Inequality: seeking a sustainable society


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Jul 18th – 22nd, Seville/Spain. The World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies will debate and share a wide range of information on the latest studies concerning the Middle East, encompassing diverse perspectives, from conflict analysis and resolution to migrations, water, the environment, culture, news media and studies on Al-Andalus. Nearly 3,000 participants from more than 70 countries are thus expected to attend what is considered the most prestigious event in its field. More info at Three Cultures Foundation bellow:



Written by Andrés Lomeña, Psicopolis is a short film that shows how individual behaviour is a direct result of social constructions. The story takes place in a Faculty of Psychology where the professor transforms his class into a captivating theatre performance that shows how his theories might work in “real life.”


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