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About Júlia Montañà

Julia is an epidemiologist during the day, social justice activist at night. During her studies of biomedical sciences and epidemiology, she was part of the European coordinating committee of the student movement Universities Allied for Essential Medicines, leading a campaign that aims to re-shape our research and development system to ensure access to and innovation in needed medicines. Now she spends her time between Barcelona and Mozambique, where she is part of southern Mozambique’s malaria elimination campaign. She is a proud Catalan involved in the pro-independence struggle, dreaming of peace, freedom and equality for the Catalan people, the Spanish people and all other peoples in the world.

Articles by Júlia Montañà

This week’s editor

Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

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Catalonia: a cry for understanding and recognition

In Catalonia, there has long been no other option: independence is the only remaining route to social justice after Spain’s dismissal of all attempts to dialogue over the years.

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