The UB and the Argentinean Consulate commemorate 40 years of democracy in Argentina
The rector of the University of Barcelona, Joan Guàrdia, will open the conference in the Ramón y Cajal lecture hall, accompanied by the Consul General, Rossana Surballe. This will be followed by the round table "Democracy and Justice", with the participation of Daniel Rafecas, a federal judge of Argentina nation, and Iñaki Rivera, scientific director of the official master's degree in Criminology, Criminal Policy and Sociology at the UB.
The following roundtable will discuss democracy and education, with experts Francisco Esteban Bara, professor at the Department of Theory and History of Education of the UB, and Maria Celeste Adamoli, Director of Education for Human Rights, Gender and ESI of the Ministry of Education of Argentina.
To end the morning session, the writer and journalist Martín Caparrós will talk about democracy and communication with Ander Errasti, professor of political philosophy at the UB.
Music and democracy
Under the title "40 years of uninterrupted democracy: memories of the Argentine transition", Joan Manuel Serrat, awarded an honorary doctorate by the UB, and Argentine singer-songwriters such as Juan Carlos Baglietto, Lito Vitale and Miguel Cantilo, will talk about the memories, events and experiences that marked the South American country's transition to democracy, in an event that will take place in the UB auditorium at 6.30 pm.
Among the attendees will be the Ambassador of the Argentine Republic in Spain, Ricardo Alfonsín, son of the former president, and the Rector of the University of Barcelona, Joan Guàrdia. To attend the afternoon roundtable, prior registration is required via this link.