In its purpose of promoting youth talent, the Círculo Ecuestre has been one of the eight historical institutions promoted by the Eulàlia Group, an initiative made up of seventy young people whose objective is to strengthen the voice and presence of the group in civil society from the Catalan capital. 

The project, which kicked off this Thursday, July 13, has been jointly promoted by young people from the Barcelona Bar Association (ICAB), the Catalan College of Economists, the Barcelona College of Attorneys (ICPB), the Ateneo Barcelonès, PIMEC Youth, the Círculo del Liceo, the Círculo de Economía and the Círculo Ecuestre. The name of the initiative has been chosen in homage to the historical patron saint of Barcelona.

Within the framework of this event, a dialogue was held between the youth representatives of the promoting entities on the role that the youth of Barcelona must have through civil society under the moderation of Alexander Salvador (president of the ICAB youth), in which Àlex Segarra, from the College of Economists of Catalonia; Marta Vidal, from the Illustrious Association of Solicitors of Barcelona; Marta Chavarría, from the Barcelona Athenaeum; Albert Jané, from PIMEC Youth; Juan Molina-Martell, from the Círculo del Liceo; Gerard García, from the Círculo de Economía, and Emilio Zegrí, president of the Committee for New Initiatives of the Círculo Ecuestre. 

During the event, the need to establish bridges of collaboration that allow for the generation of spaces for dialogue, reflection and analysis among young people from some of the main institutions with their own history and legacy in Barcelona was discussed.

The presentation ceremony was attended by authorities of the promoting institutions, as well as some seventy young members of the same. In the coming months, this permanent forum will celebrate new activities.