Under the title 'A collective home', the first episode will feature six voices who will reflect on the importance of ties to sustain vulnerable people and fight against the wave of digital hate.

Image of the Canodrome
Image of the Canodrome. 2024. Font: Canodrome. License: All rights reserved.

Next Friday, May 24, at 6:30 p.m., the Canòdrom. The University of Digital and Democratic Innovation. , which is located at Carrer de Concepción Arenal, number 165, in the city of Barcelona, will present a new initiative. The 'Ràdio Canòdrom' project wants to be a beacon of connection and expression of the digital rights community linked to a technological enclave and a democratic enclave, as well as becoming a home and speaker in a reference space in technology and democracy. The first episode, which will be entitled 'A collective home: proposals to create a refuge against aporophobia and digital hatred', will have the collaboration of the Xarxa de Ràdio Comunitaries de Barcelona (XRCB) and six voices that will reflect on the importance of ties and public structures to support people in a situation of vulnerability and fight against the wave of digital hatred: Pol Andiñach de Cuellilargo, Samu Céspedes de Sindillar, Mar Vidal of the Gitano Secretariat, Mariona Puigdellívol from ECAS, Montse Santolino from LaFede.cat and Laura Aznar from Crític. Gemma Planell, who will provide the soundtrack, and Carlos Carbonell, who will provide a unique visual dimension, will also be part of it.