La Comunidad Civic Tech de Barcelona

Sobre Civic Lab Barcelona

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Civic Lab Barcelona es una plataforma presencial y virtual que tiene por objetivo estimular iniciativas de articulación entre personas involucradas en las tecnologías ciudadanas y el ámbito público. Mediante la organización de conferencias, talleres, hackathons y estudios diseñados para la comunidad, buscamos influir en la creación de herramientas para el mejoramiento del sistema político. Civic Lab Barcelona es un foro de carácter transparente que se apoya en la idea de compartir el conocimiento. ¡Únete a nuestra comunidad!

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  • Taller con Auténtika cada Lunes 19:30-21:30, Centre Cívic Parc-Sandaru

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Initiator and co-founder
Whilst studying international politics and sociology at City University London, Paul-Marie co-designed a civic tech app called Bridge, which became the turning point to materialize his drive for change with Alexis through Civic Lab Barcelona.


After living in New York for three years, Alexis studied at the Euro-American campus of Sciences Po Paris. Civic Tech aficionado, Alexis is one the two thinking caps behind the inception of Civic Lab Barcelona and is experienced in strategy developement, content creation, and communication.


Urban innovation analyst
Natalia spent the last two years (at Citymart) helping cities around the world to bring transformative solutions to their problems. She was supporting local governments in strenghtening their problem-solving and innovation capacity. She loves sailing and playing beach tennis.


Linguist and educator
Enrique is an advocate of social equality for LGTB people. In 1993 he joined the Spanish network for the prevention of HIV/STDs, and was an activist of the international treatment preparedness coalition


P2P Dynamics and Gamification Researcher
Virginia is a researcher interested in P2P dynamics in economics, ecology, politics, culture. Her work is devoted to researching technology trends applied to the evolution of a paradigm balancing competence and cooperation, with the potential of labor network effects, making use of artistic and gamified dynamics, at a global scale.


Developer, designer, strategist
Franc is a developer, designer and digital artist with a background in the sciences and design. After working in science research, he worked in educational technology for several years in New York. He is now focused on the design and development of data tools, with a particular interest on open government.


Project manager
Irune is a political science student at Pompeu Fabra’s University. She has long been committed to the social movements, first as one of the initiators of her high school NGO, and later as a coordinator of the Students For Liberty students network in Spain. Irune is a passionate supporter of political movements arising from civil society.