LiQen Project seeks to identify and report environmental micro-conflicts around the world, mixing machine sensor data and human sensoring. Through a collaborative website and mobile app, citizens will be able to publicize gathered data in order to signal environmental problems in their cities.This data will be added to the local open databases, and a function will allow for the editing or replacing of already existing data. London, Madrid and Chile have been chosen as the starting point to map and collect this information.
5th -6th November 2016, Madrid, Spain. The Rise of Global Fear: Why Is The World Becoming Less Tolerant and More Radical?
Ibero-American countries and their role in light of the Trump Administration
3th July 2017, Madrid, Spain. With the advent of the Trump administration in the White House, the United States has begun to redefine its international relations. Its simultaneous isolationist yet interventionist policies provide Europe and Latin America with and strengthen relationships. In this context, Common Action Forum and Casa de América will convene a round table to discuss the Ibero-American countries and their role in light of the Trump Administration.
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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