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Building a New Catalonia: Self-determination and Emancipation with Ignasi Bernat, Liz Castro, Robert Knox and David Whyte

Friday October 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

£1 – £5

Edited by Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte, two experts on the Catalan struggle for independence, Building A New Catalonia brings together the leading voices of the Catalonian left independence movement alongside key figures in the international solidarity movement.

The essays highlight the political strategies and aspirations of the anti-capitalist, feminist and socialist movement for self-determination in Catalonia.

The contributors to this book include some of the best known leaders of the left independence movement in Catalonia. It includes chapters by Catalan political leaders including Jordi Cuixart (currently in jail awaiting trial for sedition), Liz Castro and David Fernandez, and prominent international contributors including journalist Paul Mason and economist Costas Lapavitsas.

Some of the authors have risked criminalisation for their actions and their words. Some have been exiled or imprisoned for their political activities and views. At the same time, this book represents a remarkable statement of hope and determination to build a fairer, more equal and just society; a society in which people can enjoy true sovereignty and autonomy over their daily lives.

Liz Castro is an author and translator. She is the former Chair of the International Committee of the Catalan National Assembly (ANC) and is a contributor to Building a New Catalonia..

Ignasi Bernat is a sociologist and activist based in Barcelona. He has been lecturer at University of Girona and University of Surrey and the editor of Building a New Catalonia.

David Whyte is Professor of Socio-legal Studies at the University of Liverpool and the editor of Building a New Catalonia.

Rob Knox  is a Lecturer in Law at the School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool. Member of the Historical Materialism editorial board.

Details

Date:
Friday October 25
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
£1 – £5
Event Category:

Venue

Housmans Bookshop
5 Caledonian Road
London, N1 9DX
Phone:
02078374473

Tickets

15 available Solidarity ticket, £5 non-redeemable £5.00
32 available Standard, £3 redeemable against any purchase £3.00
12 available Concessions (Unwaged), £1 redeemable against purchase £1.00