Signatories

The following persons sign the Manifesto in a personal capacity

Adriano Galante, President of the Union of Activist Musicians of Catalonia
Albano Dante Fachin, General Secretary of Podem Catalunya
Alex Guillamon, psicólogo
Alex Rosa, councillor, Tiana
Alfons Pérez, Member of the Debt Observatory in Globalisation
Angels Pujol, activista de Dones Pel Sí
Anna Palou Solé, journalist and activist in Stop Mare Mortum
Antoni Trobat, journalist and NGO worker
Aritz Garcia, president of Sodepau
Arnau Galí Montiel, social educator
Arnau Pons, translator and poet
Bárbara Ramajo, member of Bollos en Teoría
Bel Busquets, MP and spokesperson for Més per Mallorca in the Parliament of the Balearic Islands
Bel Olid, writer
Betlem C. Bel, feminist activist
Blanca Llum Vidal, poet
Carles Rebassa, writer
Carme Abril Ferrer, Catalan language and literature teacher
Carme Puig Antich, sister of Salvador Puig Antich and fighter against the Franco regime
Carme Sansa, actress, Theater with the Referendum
Clara Camps, teacher
Consol Barberà, member of the board of Escola Valenciana
Cristina Mas, Member of the Solidarity Committee with the Syrian People and of Lluita Internacionalista
David Caño, poet
David Companyon, former member of the speaker’s committee of the Catalan Parliament
David Fernández, journalist
David Karvala, social activist and member of Marx21
David Minoves, President of CIEMEN
Diego Rejón, Worker and member of the Works Committee of Seat-VW at Martorell
Eugeni Rodríguez, LGBTI activist and promoter of the fight against LGBTIphobia
Eulàlia Reguant, ex-MP and NGO worker
Eva Fernández, feminist activist, ex-president Barcelona Neighbours’ Association, FAVB
Fatiha El Mouali, social activist
Fatou Secka, activist against female genital mutilation
Fina Rubio, Huacal: NGO in solidarity with El Salvador
Francesc Serra, Coordinator of the Platform for Catalan National Sports Teams
Francesc Tubau, activist of the Stop the War Platform, PALG
Ghassan Saliba, trade unionist in CCOO Catalonia
Guifré Bombilà, cook
Ibai Arabide, journalist and lawyer
Imma Puig Antich, sister of Salvador Puig Antich and fighter against the Franco regime
Iolanda Fresnillo, sociologist
Iolanda Maurici, Member of UM9 and Entitat Ger
Irene Escorihuela, Director of the DESC Observatory
Isa Chacon, member of the CUP
Jaume Botey, social and political activist in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat
Jaume Mateu, President of Obra Cultural Balear
Joan Tardà, MP in the Spanish Congress
Jordi Martí Font, councillor, Tarragona
Jordi Muñoz i Burzon, teacher and member of the anti-militarist movement
Jordi Rubio, economist
Jordi Sebastià, MEP
Josep Bel, trade unionist and member of Procés Constituent
Josep Giralt, activist for the rights of people with disabilities
Josep Maria Terricabras, MEP
Juan Manuel Ávila, Observatory for the autonomy and rights of indigenous peoples in Colombia
Lídia Pujol, performer and singer
Luis Blanco Maldonado, member of Intersindical Alternativa de Catalunya (IAC)
Marc Casanovas, editorial board of Viento Sur
Marco Aparicio, teacher, University of Girona
Margalida Ramis, environmental activist and spokesperson of GOB (Mallorca)
Maria Dantas, activist of Unity Against Fascism and Racism
Maria Gabriela Serra, teacher
Maria Rodó de Zárate, researcher and member of Gatamaula Feminista
Marina G. Morante, activist in the Committee to Defend the Republic, Nou Barris
Marta Jorba, researcher and feminist activist
Martí Sales, writer
Mercè Otero Vidal, activist of the Ca La Dona feminista movement
Merçona Puig Antich, sister of Salvador Puig Antich and fighter against the Franco regime
Mireia Herrera Prats , Member of Marxa de la dignitat
Mònica Álvaro, MP and spokesperson of Compromís in the Parliament of Valencia
Montserrat Higueras, coordinadora de la sectorial de mujeres de la ANC
Montserrat Higueras, Feminist and member of Women for Yes
Mostafà Shaimi, activist in Salt Antiracista
Mouafak Assad, Sirio-Catalan Association for Freedom and Democracy
Núria Comerma i Cortada, anthropologist
Núria Vidal de Llobatera i Pomar, Member of Ecologists in Action, activist for social and environmental justice
Omaira Beltrán, coordinator of Llatins per Catalunya
Pau Alabajos, singer
Pau Urenya Micó, Philosophy teacher
Pedro Mercadé, Delegat CGT ensenyament
Pep Cruanyes, Comissió de la Dignitat
Pilar Àngels Pujol, feminist activist
Pilar Massana, social worker, member of Christians of the 21st century
Pilar Rebaque, activist in the feminist movement
Ramon Font, member of the teachers’ union, USTEC • STEs
Rocío Varela, member of the Federation of Other Activities (IAC)
Rolando d’Alessandro, Libera Associazione Italo Catalana Antifascista
Roser Pineda i Casademont, illustrator and member of Feminists for Independence
Roser Veciana, former councillor, Barcelona City Council
Ruben Wagensberg, promoter of Casa Nostra Casa Vostra
Sara Tuñí, economist
Teresa Forcades i Vila, doctor, theologian and Benedictine nun
Txell Bragulat, Director, Arab Film Festival
Vidal Aragonés, lawyer and law teacher
Xavier Antich, philosopher
Xavier Artigas, Metromuster film production company
Yacine Belahcen, singer

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