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November
26
12:00
Plaça Catalunya
Plaça Catalunya
Barcelona
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Dia-sin-compras

No Buying in Barcelona

November 26th will be Dia sense compres [No-buying Day] at Plaça Catalunya, an initiative that aims to make us think about consumption in today's society.

Category: Barcelona | 20 November, 2011
Editor: Paseo de Gracia

There are many criticisms pointed at what has been labelled as consumer society. Voices have risen up against a consumption model that is designed to encourage the growth of multinational corporations and their profits.

So what should our role as consumers be? Can we and should we do something about it? This will be the main message on Saturday 26th at Plaça Catalunya where a space for thought and alternative consumption proposals will be created. It is the Dia sense compres [No-buying Day].

The event will begin at 10:00 in the morning with a barter market which will last all day. Here money is not used. It will be a place to exchange goods, services or expertise where anyone can participate and is welcome to do so. As well as the market, activities such as meetings, lectures, workshops or even plays will be offered.

On November 26th, dance, talk, hug, draw, sing, question, and exchange. No-buying Day.

 

No-buying Day
Plaça Catalunya
November 26th starting at 10:00

Category: Barcelona | 20 November, 2011
Editor: Paseo de Gracia
Tags:  barcelona, consumer society, Dia sense compres, plaça catalunya, thought,
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