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The Fearless Cities network began in 2017 and is a resource to assist all global cities and communities develop municipalist responses.
 
The Fearless Cities network began in 2017 and is a resource to assist all global cities and communities develop municipalist responses.
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“We can prove there is another way to govern, more inclusive, working together with the people, more than just asking them to vote every four years. We´re very aware that the real change must be global, that one city alone cannot solve all the problems we´re facing” - Ada Colau speaking, Democracy Now! 2015
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The citizen platform Barcelona en Comú (BeC) won the 2015 Municipal elections in Barcelona, along with 7 other citizen platforms which subsequently got labelled as the Rebel Cities of Spain. The municipalist win saw the city having its first woman mayor Ada Colau (in over 2,000 years of history). A week after elections when interviewed on Democracy Now! she stated: “We can prove there is another way to govern, more inclusive, working together with the people, more than just asking them to vote every four years. We´re very aware that the real change must be global, that one city alone cannot solve all the problems we´re facing”
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In 2017 BeC set up the first Fearless Cities conference in Barcelona to support other cities who wished to create similar citizen-led change. The conference and new global network had 3 clear goals:
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17, y las reuniones regionales de Nueva York, Varsovia y Bruselas de este año, nos toca a organizaciones de dos ciudades de Sudamérica, Rosario (Argentina) y Valparaíso (Chile), organizar en conjunto la cita que se realizará en esta última, donde trabajaremos en talleres, mesas redonda
  
 
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Revision as of 11:05, 13 November 2019

The Fearless Cities network began in 2017 and is a resource to assist all global cities and communities develop municipalist responses.

“We can prove there is another way to govern, more inclusive, working together with the people, more than just asking them to vote every four years. We´re very aware that the real change must be global, that one city alone cannot solve all the problems we´re facing” - Ada Colau speaking, Democracy Now! 2015


After the 2015 of

The citizen platform Barcelona en Comú (BeC) won the 2015 Municipal elections in Barcelona, along with 7 other citizen platforms which subsequently got labelled as the Rebel Cities of Spain. The municipalist win saw the city having its first woman mayor Ada Colau (in over 2,000 years of history). A week after elections when interviewed on Democracy Now! she stated: “We can prove there is another way to govern, more inclusive, working together with the people, more than just asking them to vote every four years. We´re very aware that the real change must be global, that one city alone cannot solve all the problems we´re facing”

In 2017 BeC set up the first Fearless Cities conference in Barcelona to support other cities who wished to create similar citizen-led change. The conference and new global network had 3 clear goals:

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17, y las reuniones regionales de Nueva York, Varsovia y Bruselas de este año, nos toca a organizaciones de dos ciudades de Sudamérica, Rosario (Argentina) y Valparaíso (Chile), organizar en conjunto la cita que se realizará en esta última, donde trabajaremos en talleres, mesas redonda