Nerea Morán Alonso is an architecture postgraduate at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. She has participated in various projects and research networks on agrofood systems, neighbourhood regeneration and sustainable and resilient cities. She is a founding member of the Surcos Urbanos, an association committed to training, research, awareness-raising and technical support in participatory urban and food system planning. She is an urban agriculture and agroecological activist, active currently in the Madrid Agroecological platform.
By José Luis Fernández Casadevante Kois, Nerea Morán Alonso, Nuria del Viso, Open Democracy
In common with other critical social movements, the community gardens presented their demands under the umbrella of the right to the city, understood not as a legal claim, but as citizens’ right to intervene in the city, to build it and transform it.