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Lectures for secondary students

The programme with secondary students is a regular CCCB work line for bringing the great debates of our times to young people. Citizens who are at an age of their lives for posing and asking themselves questions and in a vital phase that is essentially philosophical: it is brimming with doubts, insecurities and uncertainties, but also with energy and curiosity about the world. Within the framework of this project, the CCCB brings some of the leading thinkers of the contemporary world into dialogue with these citizens of the future, so that they can debate aspects that affect them in a direct way.

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A morning with Patrick Boucheron

How is History made?

Patrick Boucheron talks with secondary school students about the profession of the historian and the ethical and political implications of this work in an age in which fake news and the rise of the far right have gained ascendancy.

A morning with Nadia Ghulam

Being a Refugee: Surviving in Adversity

Nadia Ghulam, an Afghan refugee, writer, and activist now residing in Barcelona, talks about her own life story and her experiences when speaking about it with others.

Previous activities

A morning with Patrick Boucheron

How is History made?

A morning with Nadia Ghulam

Being a Refugee: Surviving in Adversity

A morning with Marta Segarra

What does it mean to be a feminist today?

A morning with Kate Clanchy

Why do we need poetry?

A morning with Cesc Gelabert

A morning with Åsa Wikforss

Knowledge Resistance

A Morning with Sonia Fernández-Vidal

Quantum physics: reality or fiction?

A morning with Mara Dierssen

A morning with Helena Maleno

A Morning with Sabri Louatah

A Morning with Marcus du Sautoy

A Morning with Marina Tabassum

A Morning with Rita Segato

A morning with Judith Butler

Lecture and discussion with Miquel Missé

Conversation with Gaël Faye

The French-Burundian rapper and novelist talks with the journalist Xavier Aldekoa