This project consists of a series of five livestreaming conversations on the Facebook of Corações Com Coroa, around the importance of Walking, in a city that should embrace us.
The main objective is the acquisition and sharing of knowledge and tools, in a reflection that involves national and international speakers.
These five conversations will contribute to the construction of a city that is even more inviting, even safer, even more inclusive, that truly embraces us.
The cycle starts on 8th September and runs until 21st September. Conversations start at 9 pm, last for an hour, always live on Facebook.
Each conversation has a moderator and two guests, with the exception of the 8th September at the Book Fair, which will have 5 participants (3 in person and 2 by Zoom).
On September 8, at the Book Fair, the Moderator will be Catarina Furtado, who will have in person the Mayor of Lisbon, Fernando Medina and the young activist Mariana Marmelada, who will be joined remotely by researcher Sónia Lavadinho and Raúl Antunes , professor at the Higher School of Education and Social Sciences at the Polytechnic of Leiria
- September 8 - Lisbon that embraces (live from the Book Fair)
- September 10 - Cities that change with Covid
- September 14 - We can have more city
- September 16 - Urbanism with a Gender Perspective
- September 21 - Urban Emotions
This project results from a partnership with Coletivo Zebra, Inland Norway University of Life Sciences, Norway’s Institute of Transport Economics and Corações Com Coroa, and is part of the project “Co-Lab Walk My City Free”.
The project is co-financed by the EEA Grants.