It is currently estimated that there are more than 87,500 families, equivalent to 262,500 people, illegally occupying (squatting) homes in Spain. This situation means that up to 20% of public housing assets are effectively immobilised. According to the first study carried out on this subject by the Institut Cerdà, this illegal occupation situation has proliferated amongst groups beyond those at risk of poverty and social exclusion.read more
El Servicio de Gestión de Crisis y Resiliencia de las Organizaciones (SeCRO), del Institut Cerdà en Chile, asistió a la Quinta Plataforma Regional para la Reducción del Riesgo de Desastres en las Américas que tuvo lugar en Montreal, Canadá.
Institut Cerdà has presented the Platform for Innovation and Knowledge Exchange. This is a collection of best practice and a tool to help achieve the European Commission’s 2020 objectives for municipal waste management. The Platform is an initiative of the Waste Agency of Catalonia (l’Agència de Residus de Catalunya) Ecoembes and Ecovidrio.read more
43% more applications have been registered compared to the last call. 80% of the proposals presented come from Spain. The remaining 20% come from more than 20 countries. It is noteworthy that 6.5% of the proposals come from Portuguese entrepreneurs.read more
Institut Cerdà and Lunet, SL participated together in the Good Practices Workshop organized by Caritas at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Barcelona. The event aimed to explain the value of Corporate Social Responsibility and was attended by around forty students of Business Administration and Management.read more