Policy Roundtable 14: Economy (ES)

  • 10:00 - 12:00
  • Capacity60
  • LanguageES

Discussion on how to build feminist, environmentally sustainable economic alternatives at local level in a world of global financialized capitalism.

Álvaro Porro
, Barcelona City Council
Isabel Álvarez, Municipalist Research and Support Network (Redinam)
Eric Griego, Director of the Working Families Party, New Mexico, USA
Susana Martín Belmonte, Social Currency Institute (INM)

Policy roundtable 15: Mobility and pollution

  • 10:00 - 12:00
  • Capacity60
  • LanguageEN

This roundtable will present several ecofeminist mobility policies and discuss their role in combatting pollution while creating post-car cities.

Janet Sanz, Fifth Deputy Mayor for Ecology, Urban Planning and Mobility, Barcelona
Olga Margalef, Plataform for Air Quality, Catalonia
Andrea Reimer, Councilor for Environmental Action, Vancouver City Council
Silvia Casorrán, Platform for the Promotion of Public Transport, Catalonia
Javier Miranda Baz, Ahora Madrid and M129, Madrid

Policy roundtable 11: Housing, gentrification and tourism

  • 12:30 - 14:30
  • Capacity60
  • LanguageEN

Speculation on the housing market is a problem in cities across the world. Rents are rising and residents are being pushed out of their neighbourhoods. The increasing use of housing stock for short-term tourist rentals is making this even worse in many cities. How can we guarantee the right to housing in the age of Airbnb?

Paula Marques
, Councilor for Housing and Urban Development, Lisbon
Andrej Holm, Professor at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Vanesa Valiño, Advisor of the Housing Department, Barcelona City Council
Rocío Novello, Ciudad Futura, Rosario
Loïc Géronnez, Community Land Trust Brussels
Ritchie Torres, Deputy Leader, New York City Council
Chloe Eudaly, Commissioner, Portland City Council, Oregon