In the past five years, the Catalan independence movement has fought in courts and tribunals throughout Europe to confront impositions and restrictions from Spain. Following the referendum in 2017, Spain implemented massive surveillance programs in an effort to defeat the movement for Catalan independence. But the will of the Catalans for independence is apparent in the ongoing legal battles.
A light lunch will be provided.
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Organized by Professor Joan Ramon Resina, Director of the Iberian Studies Program at The Europe Center.