Hourya Bentouhami (Troyes, 1979), is a French-Moroccan philosopher, professor at the University of Toulouse II and member of the Institut Universitaire de France. Her research work deals with nonviolence and civil disobedience.
Jon Cazenave (San Sebastian, 1978) is an economist and visual artist. His approach to photography stems from an intimate anthropological perspective to develop a contemporary creative language grounded in ancestral signs and symbols.
Alejandro Castellote (Madrid, 1959) is an independent curator, essayist and professor of photography. He directed the Photography Department at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid from 1985 to 1996, where he produced the FOCO Festival (1985 to 1989).
Josep Maria Esquirol (Mediona, 1963) is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Barcelona, where he teaches contemporary philosophy and directs the Aporia research group (focused on the relationship between philosophy and psychiatry).
Najat El Hachmi (Nador, 1979) is a writer who has lived in Catalonia since the age of eight. With a degree in Arab Studies from the University of Barcelona, she often works with newspapers and radio stations.
Martine Mathieu-Job (Blida, 1952) is professor emeritus at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne and a member of the Society of Camusian Studies. She is the author of several essays on colonial and postcolonial literature of the Maghreb and the Indian Ocean.
María Pagés (Seville, 1963) is a pioneer in flamenco dance as a contemporary cultural expression. If there is one thing that defines the multifaceted creativity of this iconoclastic creator, it is her deep-rooted, ethical sense of culture.