Nacho Runner

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Nacho Corredor is a Spanish political scientist, political analyst, advisor, consultant, teacher and author. Throughout his vast experience in these areas, he has collaborated with media such as Day by day, Red Hot y El Ana Rosa Program. His work has led him to work in both the public and private sectors, obtaining the necessary perspective to support the thesis of his first book.

It is, nothing more and nothing less, than Quiet activism. A subjective manifesto in favor of coexistence, a title in which the author pours all his knowledge about the events that he has experienced during the last decade, and that have helped him understand how Spanish democracy works and why it has been maintained despite the competing ideologies of the reigning parties.

Brief biography of Nacho Corredor

Nacho Corredor was born in 1990, in Catalonia, Spain. He studied Political Science at the Pompeu Fabra University.. From then on, she began to participate in political gatherings in various media outlets. Like all young people who grew up in the era of immediacy, the author began using the social network X—formerly Twitter—to express his opinions.

His arguments, comments and speeches synergized with a large sector of the Spanish young adult population, which led Corredor to be followed by more than 45,1 thousand people. The writer defines himself as “a better coach than a player”, so, in general, most of his work stands out for his advice and mentoring in the political and public management area.

Nacho Corredor's employment spectrum

During the last ten years, The political scientist has worked in a variety of areas in the public and private sectors. Among these, the Government of Spain stands out in the Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Function, the Organizing Committee of the COP25 Climate Summit and in Llorente & Cuenca, the main Spanish multinational in the communication sector, where it led competitive intelligence projects.

Thanks to this project he received the Bronze Award from The International Business Awards (2017). In addition, He is founder and president of, as well as vice president of +Democracia and member of the Advisory Committee of the Political Communication Association (ACOP). She also collaborates as a teacher in postgraduate courses at institutions such as the Ramon Llull University (URL) or the Barcelona School of Management (BSM-UPF).

Media assistance

Over the years, the author has collaborated with media such as Telecinco, TVE, Four, El Periodico, Catalunya Radio, Telemadrid, TV3 y RAC1. Altogether, she has been a member of the Grup Repensar les Polítiques Socials of the deputy Carles Campuzano, of the Societat d'Estudis Econòmics de Foment del Treball and of the Advisory Council of Jaume Collboni to the mayor of Barcelona.

On the other hand, he is a member of the Cercle d'Economia and Barcelona Global. Alumni of the Aspen Institute Spain. The studies, research and various works carried out paved the way for him to publish his debut work., which translates as a compendium of his knowledge and his orientation towards current policy.

Quiet activism. A subjective manifesto in favor of coexistence

Nacho Corredor's first book was published on February 23, 2022 by the Arial publishing house. The material addresses the political, human and social sciences that have materialized in Spain around the last decade. This is not a philosophical manifesto or political criticism, but rather a call to fight for freedom and civil rights in a context of extreme tension.

Likewise, the author speaks of the increase of a reactionary vision on the part of citizens, which, at least for the time being, is a historical phenomenon for the Iberian community. All this is presented from first-person analysis and political commitment, with the aim of it being a manifesto “in favor of coexistence that takes sides without being partisan”, although it is always subjective.

The subjectivity of a Millennial

Although it is true that Nacho Corredor's ideas in Quiet activism They are based on their experiences and knowledge, it is also true that this book is not a doctoral thesis. Rather, it is an essay: is a personal title about the author's extremely intimate ideas, like a giant Twitter thread that became a bestseller, which advocates community life.

In this regard, the author says: “It is worth remembering, because Democracy is an exception in the history of Spain and its perpetuity is not guaranteed. Democracy, in fact, is an exception in the history of the world. As has been the integration process between States that the European Union has represented. Or as it is, not only in history but in the world, the European welfare system.”

It all happened on April 23

Throughout the first chapter, The author summarizes several historical events that occurred on April 23, all in different years, and equally important for the establishment of the idea of ​​democracy in Spain.

For example: at the beginning it is mentioned that 44 years before April 23, 2021, International Book Day, One hundred thousand people demonstrated in the then Plaza Sant Jaume in Barcelona. This, with the purpose of requesting the restoration of the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia suspended by the Franco dictatorship.

Likewise, a year before the newspaper was founded Avui, the first newspaper published in Catalan since the end of the Civil War. Just like this pair of facts, There are many historical references in favor of freedom of rights, especially in the case of unions.

Quiet Activism Index

  1. When it was necessary to vindicate democracy in a presidential debate;
  2. When young people raised their voices inside and outside the university;
  3. When Madrid came to a boil and almost came to nothing;
  4. When the King burst onto television and a program woke me up at six;
  5. When the system turned against a social democratic economist;
  6. When the self-proclaimed constitutionalists delegitimized the Constitution;
  7. When Spain had (and has) the opportunity to reestablish itself;
  8. When we debated whether to go home for Christmas.

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