Bernardo Gutiérrez
journalist - writter - researcher

Bernardo Gutiérrez is a Spanish-Brazilian journalist, writer and researcher. He writes about technopolitics, free culture, networks, social movements and participation. His text have appeared in Público, El País, 20 Minutos, La Vanguardia, Esquire, La Repubblica, Open Democracy, Der Spiegel Tager,, Al Jazeera or National Geographic, among others. He was one of the editors of Público.

He directed the Wikipraça project for São Paulo 's City Hall, a process around territorial and digital participation. He is part of the Buen Conocer / FLOK Society ( Ecuador) and Political Innovation Network of Latin America. Besides, he is the author of most complete techno-political research on Latin America, an OXFAM study. Currently, he is responsible of communication of participation labs at MediaLab-Prado Madrid. He has published the books Calle Amazonas(Altair, 2010), #24H (dpr-barcelona, 2012) and Pasado Mañana(Arpa Editores, 2017) and has participated in dozen of anthologies.

Pasado Mañana

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This essay is a journey in search of the political vision of the Spain of change, a Spain that surprises a world sunk by the brutality of neoliberalism, the agony of the European Social Democratic parties and the erosion of the Latin American left. A trip that shows that while in the north of Europe the extreme right is triggered, in Spain new more solidary, tolerant, open and cooperativeways ways emerge.