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Lisboa - Mouraria
So many cultures sharing the same space, in a corner of Lisbon so resilient to the high prices of globalization. It is in Mouraria where the alleys whisper the most authentic and curious stories of this city. Are you ready to discover how many different Lisboa’s you can find?
Rio de Janeiro - Zona Portuária
We always have to start somewhere and we decided to start where Rio started. The port region is the cradle of Carioca culture and ancestry, so, with all the respect that the territory deserves, we invite you to discover the talents of this corner of the wonderful city. Are you ready?
- (...) I've been working with capoeira for a long time in the community, 20 years, and I always had the dream of showing my art to the people who come from afar, who come from the outside to walk and do tourism in the community and with Beyonder, I saw this opportunity.
- (...) people who live mainly in the favela, they have a connection, a history inside the favela, so with this revitalization this whole reformulation of the area of the port area is a moment that we are very distressed to think if people is inserted there in this roll of changes or if we are going to be excluded Then when there is an initiative of these that affirms that the favelado is important, that the person who is inserted in that context of the community, he is important for the city, he is important to history, we are extremely pleased ...
- Art saves, both here and there. And you can create an experience, from the person going to another country and being able to make a panel with people who have met through work, it is a very nice life experience!
- (...) I found a proposal quite different, because we who work in communities have difficulty accessing and contact directly with people who come from outside and are interested in some work, that is from within the community and that manages something into the community (...)