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Foundation of PEN International
Barcelona, 19th April 1922
London, May 1923. First Congress...
From Paris (1925) to Oslo (1928)
Dubrovnik, a historic congress
Barcelona. 20th-25th May, 1935. 13th...
Congresses in times of war:...
34 years of solidarity and exile
Avel·lí Artís Gener (Tísner) and...
Barcelona-Espluga del Francolí. The Catalan...
International Assembly and Internal Crisis
New Headquarters and towards the...
The International Congress in the...
World Conference on Linguistic Rights
The path towards the Universal...
Implications for the Catalan-speaking territories...
Involvement in international networks
Leading the defence of linguistic...
Change in the Presidency
90th Anniversary: Institutional recognition
The Present (2012-2017)
On 5th October 1921, C. A. Dawson brought together all of the English PEN writers for the first time. PEN International was established on 26th...See more
The dining room of the Ritz Hotel. The founding dinner of the Catalan branch of the PEN Club is taking place. The group of people...See more
Under John Galsworthy’s presidency, the eleven centres that make up the PEN International Club are meeting. One of these, the Catalan PEN centre, is represented...See more
Since its inception, enthusiasm and energy have been part of PEN Català: Stimulating literature that aspires to be active and open and that is convinced,...See more
The political instability which engulfed Spain from the late 1920’s until the early 1930’s (the fall of the monarchy, the proclamation of the Second Republic...See more
165 writers, representatives of 25 centres from all over the world meet in Barcelona, at a congress which is to test the organizational capacity of...See more
Despite the country being at war, PEN Català was able to maintain an active presence at the 1937 Congress, as well as those in 1938...See more
The sequence of events which we will see unfold here is, for PEN International, a moving story of solidarity, which researchers will be able to...See more
The establishment owned by the French PEN Club , at number 66 Rue Pierre Charron, right next to the Champs Elysées, is a welcome centre...See more
1973: It is only two years until the death of the dictator and the Francoist regime is starting to dissolve. Preparations to initiate the process...See more
Palau i Fabre substitutes Joan Oliver as the organisation’s president at almost exactly the same that that ‘Tísner’, having attended the 1977 Congress in Sydney,...See more
The Committee presided over by Maria Aurèlia Capmany was formed of Santiago Pey as Vice-President, Àlex Brock as Secretary General, Joaquim Soler as Treasurer, Anton...See more
In April 1992, Barcelona, as host of the 57th International Congress of the PEN Club, became the literary capital of the world for the third...See more
Since the Congress in Lugano (1987), PEN Català has been gaining prominence within PEN International’s working committee, formerly known as the Translations and Programme Committee....See more
From 1996 onwards, participation within the Committee was intensified thanks to the presence of Carles Torner in the international secretariat and with Rosa Igartua, who...See more
The new board, led by Dolors Oller as President and Carme Arenas as General Secretary, is determined to maintain the organisation’s prestige and make its presence...See more
With PEN Català’s participation in the Universal Forum of Cultures a new phase begins, with two overarching principles: PEN Català’s projection abroad with the aim...See more
PEN Català has always held great prestige within the framework of PEN International, and has been considered as one of its most active and influential...See more
During the 74th PEN International Congress, held in September of 2008 in the Colombian capital of Bogotá, Josep M. Terricabras was chosen as president of...See more
The general meeting of PEN Català’s members, held on 17th June 2010, elected Carme Arenas as the organisation’s new president, replacing Dolors Oller whose mandate...See more
On 19th April 2012, PEN had been in existence for 90 years and working towards its primary objectives for 90 years. In spite of the...See more