Capital of Portugal
El pianista y compositor portugués Julio Resende ha grabado con su proyecto de Fado y Jazz 'Sons of Revolution', disco inspirado por la revolución de los claveles, que se publicará el 13 de octubre y del que tenemos como adelanto los temas 'Portugal celebrates with red flowers', 'Mr. Fado goes to Africa', 'Mano a mano - Now we are brothers', 'Anagrama - The retornados love two lands' y 'A casa dela' -con la voz de Salvador Sobral-. Del fadista Camané escuchamos 'Sei de um rio', 'Ai Margarida', 'Lembra-te sempre de mim' y 'A luz de Lisboa' y, de Carlos do Carmo con el pianista Bernardo Sassetti, 'Lisboa que amanhece', 'Foi por ela', 'Avec le temps' y 'Cantigas do maio'. Escuchar audio
El Padre Gonzalo Meza, siendo Corresponsal del Vaticano, con autoridad y detalles nos describe lo que es, el historial y en qué consisten estas Jornadas Mundiales Juveniles, y síntesis de los momentos sobresalientes de la reciente JMJ en Lisboa.
Moçambique: Os desafios das novas autarquias. Moçambique qualifica-se para o CAN2024: Chiquinho Conde fala da realização de um sonho. Tribunal de Lisboa condena a 4 anos de prisão com pena suspensa a Rui Pinto. Continuam as operações de busca e salvamento das vítimas do terramoto no Marrocos.
O celeiro de humoristas do sul, não para de crescer!!! Giovanne Brandão Lisboa, sempre foi incentivado pela família a ser independente e correr atrás dos seus objetivos. Ligado ao teatro desde a adolescência, Gio Lisboa já foi produtor, roteirista e em São Paulo está se dedicando ao Humor. Sua pretensão, é viajar pelo Brasil a fora, divertindo as pessoas!!! Um divisor de águas em sua carreira, foi a participação no espetáculo 4 amigos. Confira mais neste episódio hilário do Ticaracaticast!!!
No regresso depois de um mês de ausência, constatamos que, apesar de nós pararmos, o mundo não abranda. Já que a actualidade cometeu a deselegância de continuar a fornecer material de análise à nossa revelia, passamos em revista, retroactivamente, alguns dos momentos marcantes de Agosto; a apicultura do PS em resposta ao veto presidencial do pacote para a habitação: “tá bem, abelha”; o “índice Pinóquio” com que Moedas respondeu à escassez de notas deixadas pelos peregrinos da Jornada papal no comércio de Lisboa; o modo eficiente como o Kremlin organiza coincidências letais; o “piquito” de um dirigente espanhol do mundo da bola que não sabe comportar-se como o cavalheiro que não é nem na presença da família real; e o extraordinário filme de antecipação política em busca de um inquilino novo para o Palácio de Belém… em 2026. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
La cantante Mariza vuelve a Madrid para continuar su romance con el público español, que poco a poco profundiza en la música popular portuguesa: "Es increíble el calor con el que me reciben, es como estar en casa", asegura la artista en Madrid Directo de Onda Madrid. Mariza vuelve al Teatro Real el 24 de septiembre, dentro de la programación del Festival de Fado de Madrid, junto a Raquel Tavares y el proyecto musical formado por Luís Guerreiro, Pedro de Castro y Bernardo Couto. Shakira, primera artista latina en recibir el 'Video Vanguard Award' de la MTV "Voy a cantar en la joya de Madrid", comenta la cantante, que en su próxima visita a Madrid interpretará temas de 'Mariza canta Amália', su disco homenaje a la gran dama del fado, además de clásicos de su repertorio como 'Ó gente da minha terra' y nuevas canciones de su próximo disco. La última vez que Mariza pisó el escenario del Real, en 2021, fue precisamente para homenajear a Amalia en el centenario de su muerte: "La descubrí muy tarde", aclara Mariza, que comenzó a cantar siendo todavía una niña en la taberna que regentaba su padre en Lisboa y donde se escuchaban "casi exclusivamente voces masculinas", aclara. "Tengo mucha mezcla en mi cabeza, pero siempre voy buscando dónde está el ritmo" De madre mozambiqueña, padre portugués y abuela gallega, Mariza ha explorado y mezclado músicas más allá del fado: "canto a mi manera; tengo mucha mezcla en mi cabeza, pero siempre voy buscando dónde está el ritmo", afirma. Quizá por eso, Mariza se ha convertido en la voz más internacional de un género que, como todas las músicas de raíz, son difíciles de exportar más allá de los tópicos. "El fado canta a la vida", explica la cantante. "Cuando se canta el fado se está cantando al ser humano, no es tan importante que se entienda directamente la poesía sino el entendimiento del corazón", asegura. NUEVO DISCO, 'AMOR' En su próxima visita al Real, Mariza defenderá canciones de su nuevo disco, 'Amor', que, como es habitual en este tiempo, va lanzando a cuentagotas a través de internet "Con las plataformas casi no se hacen discos físicos" "Con las plataformas casi no se hacen discos físicos", dice la cantante. "Vamos sacando tema a tema, muy suavecito, tal como he hecho este disco: muy suave, escuchando, sintiendo..." Un ritmo pausado que Mariza destaca por poco habitual en la industria: "Nunca he hecho un disco con tanto tiempo", explica. El mismo tiempo que ha pasado por su garganta y que le hace cantar de forma diferente, confiesa.
+ La Iglesia de Nicaragua perseguida en la JMJ de Lisboa 2023 + El Via Crucis celebrado el 4 de agosto en la JMJ de Lisboa, fue la joya de la corona de este encuentro mundial de jóvenes católicos. + Tres testimonios dentro del Via Crucis: una española, un portugués y un norteamericano. + El milagro de JIMENA: La Virgen María puso el colofón final, para recordarnos a todos con este milagro que Jesús es la luz del mundo.
Nasceu em Lisboa em 1984, numa família com raízes fortes no Brasil e quis o destino (e o amor) que a vida ali a levasse para lá já adulta. Diz que se sente uma alfacinha com alma carioca e desconhece melhor mistura que essa.Jornalista de formação - e de alma - trabalhou em TV, Rádio, foi assessora de imprensa (tanto em Portugal como no Brasil), chegou até a ser guionista de uma série documental filmada na Amazónia, mas depois de uma crise existencial percebeu que queria mudar totalmente o rumo da carreira.Apaixonada por saúde, bem-estar e vida saudável há muitos anos, percebeu que nada a fazia mais feliz do que ajudar os outros a se encontrarem nesse caminho e, portanto, em 2018 formou-se como Health Coach numa escola norte-americana e ajuda, desde então, mulheres (portuguesas e brasileiras) a encontrarem as suas melhores versões, com mais saúde, felicidade e verdade.Mora no Brasil há 10 anos, é vegan há 6, é a rainha dos memes e é bem provável que ao longo da nossa conversa misture o português daqui e o de lá, mas isso já virou parte do seu charme.Foi minha colega e estou feliz de ir com ela nesta viagem.N'a Caravana, Juliana Martins.Podem seguir a Juliana: https://www.instagram.com/julianamartinshc/Produção e Agenciamento: Draft Media https://www.draftmediaagency.comMerchandising N'A Caravana: https://loja.ritaferroalvim.com/Obrigada a todos meus patronos por me permitirem fazer o que gosto e beneficiarem e acreditarem nos meus projetos. Um agradecimento especial aos patronos Premium: Rossana Oliveira, Mónica Albuquerque, Raquel Garcia, Sofia Salgueiro, Sofia Custódio, Patrícia Francisco, Priscilla, Maria Granel, Margarida Marques, Ana Moura, Rita Teixeira, Ana Reboredo, Rita Cabral, Tânia Nunes, Rita Nobre Luz, Leila Mateus, Bernardo Alvim, Joana Gordalina Figueiredo, Mónica Albuquerque, Rita Pais, Silvia, Raquel Garcia, Mariana Neves, Madalena Beirão, Rita Dantas, Ana Rita Barreiros, Maria Castel-Branco, Filipa Côrte-Real, Margarida Miguel Gomes, Rita Mendes, Rita Fijan Fung, Luísa Serpa Pimentel, Rita P, Mónica Canhoto, Daniela Teixeira, Maria Gaia, Sara Fraga, Cláudia Fonseca, Olga Sakellarides, Rafaela Matos, Ana Ramos, Isabel Duarte, Joana Sotelino, Ana Telles da Silva, Carolina Tomé, Patrícia Dias, Raquel Pirraca, Luisa Almeida, Filipa Roldão, Inês Cancela, Carina Oliveira, Maria Correia de Sá.
Today's a special episode of Two Wood for a Wheat where we're joined by Jon Gortat, a great friend of the podcast.Tony and Jon had a wonderful time at Gen Con and have so many games to tell us about. Join us in the conversation on discord: https://tinyurl.com/2wood4wheatAsk us a question at TwoWoodForAWheat@gmail.comLeave us a review on Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-wood-for-a-wheat/id1447901771Read Tony's blog: https://boardgamegeek.com/user/maxlongstreet/blogsThanks to God Street Wine for our intro and outro music: https://www.facebook.com/GodStreetWine/00:02:04 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ON TWO WOOD FOR A WHEAT PODCAST00:04:14 Mosaic00:05:50 Terraforming Mars00:07:30 Empires of the Void II00:12:12 Ark Nova, Beyond the Sun, Underwater Cities00:14:00 2023 GEN CON ROUNDUP00:14:21 3 Ring Circus, Forest Shuffle00:27:33 Terraforming Mars, Wingspan00:20:03 3 Ring Circus00:25:25 Clank, Dune: Imperium00:25:39 Wild Tiled West00:25:53 Barenpark00:28:25 Horseless Carriage00:28:38 Betrayal at House on the Hill00:28:50 Calico, Cascadia00:28:58 Nocturne00:30:53 Nidavellir00:31:40 High Society00:31:51 Ticket to Ride: Legacy00:33:06 Point City, Point Salad00:35:33 Spellbook00:35:49 Splendor00:36:29 Lacrimosa00:38:47 Get on Board00:40:12 The Fox Experiment00:41:17 Bonsai00:43:16 Nucleum00:43:56 Barrage, Brass00:44:40 Assault of the Giants00:45:21 Pampero00:46:55 Knight Fall00:48:53 Kutna Hora00:49:14 Lost Ruins of Arnak: The Missing Expedition00:50:37 Jerusalem00:52:39 Barcelona00:53:07 Lisboa
El Papa Francisco presidió la Santa Misa en el Parque Tejo, este 6 de agosto, ante un millón y medio de jóvenes y les exhortó a no desanimarse ante ningún obstáculo: la Iglesia y el mundo los necesitan como la tierra de la lluvia, dijo el Papa en su homilía. Al término de la Misa y antes de la oración mariana del Ángelus, compartió con ellos su deseo de un “futuro de paz” para el mundo: “El sueño de los jóvenes que rezan por la paz, viven en paz y construyen un futuro de paz”.PARA VERLA Y ESCUCHARLAS, PINCHA AQUÍ: https://youtu.be/R2iX3dmYjE0
Año XVII. Núm. 119. Las palabras completas que dirigió el Santo Padre a los jóvenes en la JMJ en Lisboa antes del rezo del Santo Viacrucis.#jmjlisboa2023 #jmj2023 #papafrancisco
P. Federico (Guatemala)Aquí estamos cientos de miles en Lisboa junto al Papa. Queremos ir a Jesús, por María, junto con Pedro. Tus intenciones han quedado con Santiago apóstol y en las manos de la Virgen de Fátima. Este es mi peregrinar. Pero la vida es un camino. Peregrino somos todos, peregrino en camino.
-General Gabriel García Rincón, nuevo subsecretario de la Sedena-Hombre golpea a una persona aparentemente con discapacidad-Papa participará este viernes en el Vía Crucis en Lisboa-Más información en nuestro podcast
Desde el Monasterio de los Jerónimos, en Lisboa, Portugal, Celebración de las Vísperas presididas por el Papa Francisco con los Obispos, Sacerdotes, Diáconos, Consagrados, Seminaristas y Agentes de Pastoral. Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales, para estar actualizado sobre la actividad del Papa Francisco, el Vaticano y toda la Iglesia: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vaticannews... Twitter: https://twitter.com/vaticannews_es Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vaticannews.es/ Newsletter: https://www.vaticannews.va/es/inscrip... Web: https://www.vaticannews.va/es.html Radio Vaticana: https://www.vaticannews.va/es/epg.htm...PARA VER EL VIDEO DE LA VIGILIA, PINCHA AQUÍ: https://youtu.be/mA-NflNqw5U
-Extraditan a "El Caimán", líder del CJNG en Tijuana-Hallan en México nuevo fósil de flamenco de la era del Pleistoceno-Papa Francisco llega a Lisboa para participar en la JMJ-Más información en nuestro podcast
OM HealsQuantum physics reveals that we are 99.9999% energy and only .00001% physical matter. When we flow, move, and balance blocked energies we hold, then our mind, body and soul return to its natural state of well being.We are committed to matching you with the best possible energy meta-cine practitioners to support your wellness with our customized algorithm. After each energy session, we will ask for your feedback on how well we are matchmaking you with energy practitioners so we may serve you as best as we can.Visit om-heals.com to learn more and to get started today! Welcome to the show the multi-talented Miguel Ribeiro, author of Beyond Darwin, The Program Hypothesis. The narrative of Miguel's book challenges the notion of transitioning from certainty to uncertainty, highlighting the complexities that lie in the unexplored realms of science.Are humans merely divine computer programs? This thought-provoking concept delves into the idea that our existence may be part of a grand design, prompting readers to question their place in the cosmic symphony.Then the question of free will inevitably arises. How can individuals possess autonomy if everything is pre-programmed? The dichotomy between fate and free will serves as a captivating centerpiece, keeping readers engrossed in the narrative's philosophical complexity.In his book, Miguel weaves together scientific discoveries, philosophical inquiry, and profound contemplation, inviting readers to embark on a transformative journey that questions the very fabric of existence and the Universe itself.In this interview with Miguel, you'll discover:-The inspiration behind writing Beyond Darwin...02:00-You can't go from certainty to uncertainty...07:15-"Coincidences" that cannot be explained in the realm of Darwinian science...10:30-All scientific norms are being challenged...15:00-Are humans simply divine computer programs?...19:45-Do we have free will when we believe everything is pre-programmed?...25:25-Why the Universe is not entirely random...29:50-And much more...Resources mentioned:Beyond Darwin, The Program HypothesisAbout the guest:Miguel Ribeiro was born in Lisbon, 18 August 1952. MDHe is Fellow of the College of Physicians of South Africa and worked as a consultant in Internal Medicine at Tygerberg Hospital, Cape Town. He is currently medical director of CMIL (Clínica Médica Internacional de Lisboa).Author of the books“Universo Programado, uma alternativa ao Darwinismo e à religião”, Gradiva, Oct 2013.“Beyond Darwin, the Program Hypothesis”, Amazon.com, Oct 2018; second edition June 2019.Photographer (miguelribeiro.net) One-man exhibitions Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum, Berlin, Oct 2003–Feb 2004; “Abstract Body” IPSAR, Rome, June 2010; “Abstract Body”, Societa Umanitaria, Milan, Sept 2010; and also, one-man shows in Lisbon, Pretoria and Cape Town.Group exhibitions “The Century of the Body”, L'Elisée Museum, Lausanne, Sept–Dec 2000; Paris Photo 2002; “Parole de Peau”, Musée de la Civilisation, Quebec, Nov 2002–Jul 2003; Bienal de Nancy, April 2006. “Beauty, what for” Buenos Aires, winter 2006. “Darkside II”, Fotomuseum Winterthur, 2009.Books: “The Century of the Body”“Sleep”2005 and 2011 calendars of the Buhl Collection (USA)“Darkside II”, 2009“The Body”Magazines and...
Pese a que una juez ordenó a la Secretaría de Educación Pública detener la impresión de los libros de texto gratuitos, el presidente López Obrador aseguró que no habrá ningún retraso para entregar estos materiales antes del inicio del curso escolar. Los libros de la SEP están en medio de la polémica pues muchísimos expertos en pedagogía insisten que tienen errores muy graves y una fuerte carga ideológica. Por tercer día consecutivo, Rusia denunció que varios rascacielos de Moscú han sido blanco de ataques con drones. El Kremlin responsabiliza a Ucrania de los ataques, aunque Kyiv no lo ha confirmado. Además… López-Gatell reacciona a la recomendación de la UNAM de volver a usar cubrebocas; Trump fue imputado por el ataque al Capitolio; y comenzó la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud en Lisboa. Para enterarte de más noticias como estas, síguenos en nuestras redes sociales. Estamos en todas las plataformas como @telokwento. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Este volumen explora la forma en que escritores, artistas y cineastas exponen los costes sociales y ecológicos del Capitaloceno, delineando el campo de los estudios culturales ecológicos españoles. Esta obra analiza las relaciones de poder, las prácticas materiales y los imaginarios sociales subyacentes al sistema económico global, para desvelar sus inasumibles costes humanos y no humanos. Sus contribuciones exploran desde las cicatrices dejadas por los embalses y minas del franquismo hasta los desechos tóxicos depositados en Guinea Ecuatorial; desde la crueldad de la industria porcina moderna a las consecuencias del turismo masivo en las Baleares. Aunque está centrado fundamentalmente en España, este volumen ofrece un modelo innovador para explorar las respuestas culturales a la crisis ecosocial Entrevista por Santiago Pérez Isasi, Profesor Auxiliar de la Faculdade de Letras de la Universidade de Lisboa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mt 13, 44-46: En aquel tiempo, Jesús dijo a la multitud: "El Reino de los cielos se parece a un tesoro escondido en un campo. El que lo encuentra lo vuelve a esconder, y lleno de alegría, va y vende cuanto tiene y compra aquel campo. El Reino de los cielos se parece también a un comerciante en perlas finas que, al encontrar una perla muy valiosa, va y vende cuanto tiene y la compra''. #jmj2023 #lisboa2023 #jmjlisboa2023 (No tengo los derechos de la Música) La música de fondo es la adaptación en castellano del himno oficial de la JMJ de Lisboa 2023. Letra: João Paulo Vaz (Pe), Matilde Trocado, Hugo Gonçalves (Pe). Música: Pedro Ferreira Arreglos musicales: Carlos García Producción y dirección musical: Carlos García Grabación de las pistas originales: Nelson Canoa y Carlos García Batería y percusiones: Marito Marques Bajo: Cícero Lee Guitarras Acústica y Eléctrica: Tiago Oliveira Cavaquinhos, Bouzouki y Banjolinas: Luís Peixoto Guitarra Portuguesa: Bernardo Romão Piano, teclados, cordófonos y otras percusiones: Carlos García Créditos de la adaptación española: Producción ejecutiva del himno: Subcomisión para la Juventud e Infancia de la Conferencia Episcopal Española. Propiedad: Subcomisión para la Juventud e Infancia de la Conferencia Episcopal Española. Adaptación de la traducción al castellano: David Santafé Producción y dirección de la versión española: David Santafé Grabación de voces en castellano en Santafé Producciones Artísticas (Madrid, España) (www.santafeproducciones.com), excepto Marta Mesa y Jesús Cabello grabados en SMStudios (Lucena, España), y Alfonso Moreno grabado en “5 panes y 2 peces” Estudio (Jeréz de la Frontera, España) Mezcla y mastering: David Santafé Programaciones adicionales: David Santafé Guitarras españolas: Rubén de Lis Guitarra eléctrica solista: Pablo Ramírez Guitarras eléctricas adicionales: Pablo Ramírez Voces por orden de aparición: María Díaz, Marta Mesa, Jesús Cabello, Mingos Lorenzo, Juan Carvajal (Aaira Band), Unai Quirós, Sophia G. Robisco, Teresa Palomar, Pilar González, Celia Salamanca, Migueli, Aisha, Paola Pablo, Daniel Gómez (La Voz del Desierto) y Alfonso Moreno (Grupo Ixcís)
Na estante da semana, a última antes de férias, há poesia badalhoca com um clássico de Pierro Aretino, há o Mar Negro numa novela gráfica sobre o fim do verão, há uma deambulação sobre o modo como tudo acaba na acumulação de pequenas histórias do inglês Geoff Dyer e há uma reflexão poética de Voltaire sobre o terramoto de Lisboa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EL Papa envía video mensaje a jóvenes animándolos a prepararse a la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud en Lisboa, Portugal. “La Iglesia tiene fuerza de joven. Así que adelante”. Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales, para estar actualizados sobre la actividad del Papa Francisco, el Vaticano y toda la Iglesia: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vaticannews... Twitter: https://twitter.com/vaticannews_es Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vaticannews.es/PARA VERLO Y ESCUCHARLO, PINChA AQUI: https://youtu.be/41OI7KuRym4
.- Mensaje de apoyo a los profesores de religión católica en la situación dramática en la que se encuentran ante la implementación de la LOMLOE en Secundaria. .- Comentario al artículo EVANGELIZAR DESDE LA JMJ .- Comentario al mensaje del Papa Francisco a la JMJ Lisboa. .- Preguntas de los oyentes
Américo Aguiar é bispo-auxiliar de Lisboa e será, agora, o membro do clero mais famoso do país. Quem é este homem e como chegou aqui? Uma conversa com João Francisco Gomes, jornalista do Observador.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Carlos Moedas, o Presidente da Câmara de Lisboa, é posto à prova num quizz sobre moedas. "Moedas sobre moedas" teve direito a genérico ao vivo e com efeitos especiais, de Nuno Markl.
O Presidente da Câmara de Lisboa, Carlos Moedas, marca presença nas Manhãs da Comercial. Falou-nos sobre a Jornada Mundial da Juventude e até confessou que queria uma música do Vasco Palmeirim sobre o palco/altar.
Córdoba, 1492. La noticia del decreto de expulsión de los judíos fue recibida por los hermanos Jacob y Abram ibn Eleazar con una mezcla de escepticismo y desesperación. Jacob optó por mantener la cabeza gacha desapercibida, mientras que Abram decidió, en sus palabras, "convertirse en lobo". El hijo menor de Jacob, Benjamín, tuvo los altibajos de Lisboa, Sevilla y Cuba, hasta llegar a Veracruz. Allí se convirtió en un granjero exitoso. San Francisco, 1910. Benjamin Keitel tenía una madre sefardí y un padre asquenazí. Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial participó en la liberación de París, y cuando terminó la guerra fue a Palestina, fue al kibbutz y vio por sí mismo lo que allí sucedía. En 1975 se jubiló y decidió irse a España, que estaba convulsa tras la muerte de Franco. Visita Córdoba y disfruta de la Judería detenida en el tiempo. Un objeto, un hoshen esférico partido por la mitad, es un testigo silencioso de los acontecimientos que han afectado a todas las familias sefardíes durante siglos. Esta es la sinopsis de “La casa del judío”, la última obra de Vicente Escriba. En la presentación de esta obra para el Centro Sefarad-Israel , el autor nos desvela algunas de las claves de su tercera novela. Contamos a su vez con el actor de doblaje James Philips, que nos ayuda a sumergirnos en el relato con su interpretación de un extracto de la novela.
Na semana que antecede o arranque da Jornada Mundial da Juventude e que marca a última presença do Sem Moderação antes da pausa de agosto, Daniel Oliveira, Pedro Delgado Alves e Francisco Mendes da Silva fazem um ponto de situação e uma antevisão do que pode ser a chegada de centenas de milhares de peregrinos a Lisboa para o encontro com o Papa. A cidade está preparada? Qual será o impacto do evento? Como fica a laicidade das instituições públicas na reta final dos preparativos? Para arrancar, é no vizinho Reino de Espanha que começa a troca de impressões. Quem são os derrotados e os vencedores da noite eleitoral? Vislumbra-se instabilidade e novas eleições no horizonte? Será que é desta que se esclarece se é quem fica em primeiro que forma governo, seja em Madrid, Lisboa, Mérida ou Ponta Delgada? Há lições e ilações para Portugal? O Sem Moderação foi emitido a 25 de julho na SIC Notícias. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
O CENTÉSIMO SEPTAGÉSIMO QUINTO episódio do Podcast Dar Voz A esQrever
Han pasado 34 años de la JMJ de Santiago de Compostela. 34 años después, miles de jóvenes se vuelven a reunir ahora en Lisboa pra compartir entre ellos y con el Papa la Alegría de la fe.Si deseas recibir el Podcast a diario directamente en tu celular ingresa a GodCast.mx y date de alta gratis!
Buenos días desde La Habana, soy Yoani Sánchez y en el "cafecito informativo" de este martes 25 de julio de 2023 tocaré estos temas: - Los cubanos no estamos protegidos ante esta ola de calor - ¿A quién pertenece el himno de Cuba? - Recurren a empresarios chinos para atraer turistas - 'Pasión Flamenca' en La Habana Gracias por compartir este "cafecito informativo" y te espero para el programa de mañana. Puedes conocer más detalles de estas noticias en el diario https://www.14ymedio.com Los enlaces de hoy, para abrirlos desde la Isla se debe usar un proxy o un VPN para evadir la censura: En medio del intenso calor, los cubanos no encuentran ni un vaso de agua gratis en las calles https://www.14ymedio.com/blogs/generacion_y/intenso-cubanos-encuentran-gratis-calles_7_3574512517.html Con 437 millones de dólares en medio año, Cuba se queda lejos de su meta de inversión extranjera https://www.14ymedio.com/economia/millones-dolares-Cuba-inversion-extranjera_0_3574442526.html Las primeras fugas en España merman la delegación cubana para un evento católico en Lisboa https://www.14ymedio.com/cuba/primeras-Espana-delegacion-catolico-Lisboa_0_3575042465.html Una docena de vecinos de Centro Habana protestan por la falta de luz y de agua https://www.14ymedio.com/cuba/Vecinos-Centro-Habana-protestan-falta_0_3574442527.html El asesinato de Ruselay Castillo Matos eleva a 54 los feminicidios en Cuba en 2023 https://www.14ymedio.com/cuba/Ruselay-Castillo-Matos-feminicidios-Cuba_0_3574442529.html El régimen cubano prohíbe usar el himno y la bandera al boxeador Robeisy Ramírez en Japón https://www.14ymedio.com/deportes/regimen-cubano-prohibe-usar-himno-boxeador-Robeisy-Ramirez-Japon_0_3574442530.html El régimen cubano recurre a empresarios chinos para atraer turistas e inversiones https://www.14ymedio.com/economia/regimen-recurre-empresarios-turistas-inversiones_0_3575042464.html El Ballet Español de Cuba representa 'Pasión Flamenca' https://www.14ymedio.com/eventos_culturales/otros/Ballet-Espanol-Cuba-Pasion-Flamenca_13_3574572508.html
No rescaldo de uma semana com grandes concertos em Portugal, trazemos a visão de quem esteve neles quase todos. O nosso Zé conta-nos a experiência de quem esteve na primeira fila dos concertos e partilha historias como dar um hi5 ao grande Zack Wylde.
O Centro de Estudos e Sistemas Avançados do Recife (Cesar), é uma das mais importantes instituições de ensino e inovação do Brasil e agora se expandiu para Portugal. Organização sem fins lucrativos, a instituição tem sede na capital pernambucana, além de unidades no Rio de Janeiro, em São Paulo, Curitiba, Manaus e no estado americano da Flórida. Fábia Belém, correspondente da RFI em PortugalO centro atua em todo o ciclo da inovação: dar formação e capacitação a profissionais da área de tecnologia, ajuda a acelerar o desenvolvimento de startups, além de trabalhar na concepção, estruturação e no desenvolvimento de softwares, que auxiliam na gestão de grandes empresas e tornam o trabalho mais eficiente. A vinda para Portugal faz parte da estratégia de começar a operar no continente europeu. “Tem a questão da língua, obviamente, e é a porta de entrada para a Europa. A gente também vê Portugal com bons olhos porque é um país que nos últimos anos tem evoluído muito, tem investido muito nessa questão de inovação e de desenvolvimento da tecnologia”, afirma o diretor de Expansão da instituição, Deric Guilhen, ao lembrar da Web Summit, evento que transformou Lisboa em uma das capitais europeias da inovação Deric frisa que o Cesar também opera como “design driven” para as empresas. “A gente não força soluções de tecnologia para as empresas. O que o centro faz é exercer a escuta ativa para entender os problemas das organizações e desenvolver produtos e soluções digitais", explica. Uma vez que o caminho começa a ser trilhado, “as coisas começam a acontecer de forma rápida, dinâmica e com menos custo”, assegura.Para fechar os primeiros projetos, o Cesar tem restabelecido contato com grandes empresas como Sonae, Peugeot e Bosch, que já são clientes no Brasil e podem abrir portas no mercado europeu. Em Portugal, o centro já tem parcerias firmadas com instituições de ensino como a Universidade do Porto, a Porto Business School e o Instituto Superior Politécnico Gaya (ISPGAYA), além de conversas em andamento com a Universidade NOVA de Lisboa. “A gente sabe que existem iniciativas nas academias buscando isso”, salienta Guilhen. Fundos europeusNo campo de interesses do Cesar também estão os fundos europeus, que têm auxiliado empresas no processo de transformação digital e ajudado a impulsionar seus negócios nos mercados nos quais operam.Por enquanto, em Portugal, a equipe de colaboradores do centro trabalha em formato home office, ainda em número reduzido neste primeiro momento de instalação. De um total de cerca de mil colaboradores do Cesar, 50% trabalham na sede, no Recife, e a outra metade está espalhada pelo Brasil e pelo mundo.“A gente já trabalha num formato híbrido. Não será comum a gente ter um grande espaço físico e não vai ser necessário isso pra gente”, afirma o diretor de Expansão.No Brasil, a sede do Cesar fica no Porto Digital, apresentado como “o maior parque tecnológico a céu aberto no Brasil”, criado há 22 anos na capital pernambucana e do qual o Centro de Estudos e Sistemas Avançados do Recife foi a primeira empresa instalada. O Porto Digital se prepara para instalar um hub em Aveiro, cidade situada na região centro de Portugal.
Maria Veleda foi uma jornalista, educadora e ativista feminista e republicana portuguesa. Defensora da igualdade entre gêneros e do acesso à educação para todos, foi líder do primeiro movimento feminista de Portugal e pioneira na luta pela educação das crianças. Maria Veleda nasceu em Faro, em 1871, filha de uma família abastada. Aos dezenove anos, inicia sua carreira literária, e publica os mais variados tipos de textos em diversos jornais portugueses. Por volta de 1890, se casa, e em seguida adota um menino de pouco mais de um ano de idade, filho de uma funcionária sua que havia morrido; em 1899, dá à luz seu filho biológico. Em 1902, numa época em que praticamente não havia literatura infantil em Portugal, M.V. publica uma coletânea de contos para crianças. Separa-se do marido e se muda para Lisboa com os dois filhos e sua mãe, e passa a trabalhar como professora em um asilo e em um colégio. Lecionando no Centro Escolar Republicano, Veleda criou cursos noturnos, totalmente gratuitos, para alfabetizar mulheres. Em 1909, passa a integrar a Liga Republicana das Mulheres Portuguesas, fundada por Adelaide Cabedete (#mulherdefibra); dentro da liga, cria o projeto “Obra Maternal”, que acolhia e educava crianças em situação de vulnerabilidade. Em 1912, M.V. foi nomeada pelo recém instaurado governo republicano como Delegada de Vigilância da Tutoria Central da Infância de Lisboa, instituição que acolhia crianças carentes. Veleda tb era uma defensora intransigente do sufrágio integral, que contemplasse todas as mulheres, e não só uma elite. Por volta de 1920, desiludida com as promessas não cumpridas de igualdade do governo republicano, Maria Veleda abandona seu ativismo político e feminista, e passa a dedicar sua vida à espiritualidade e ao esoterismo, tornando-se uma das principais divulgadoras do espiritismo em Portugal. Morre em 1955, aos 84 anos.
No episódio de hoje, Pedro Pacífico e Sophia Alckmin conversam com Max Fercondini. Conhecido pelas novelas na rede globo, o ator vive atualmente em um veleiro atracado em Lisboa, e aqui compartilha seus destinos variados pelo mundo que deu origem aos seus livros. A segunda temporada do Daria um Livro é powered by Iguatemi. Apresentação: Pedro Pacífico e Sophia Alckmin. Preparação: Catharina Mattavelli.
On this episode of the End of Tourism Podcast, I'm joined by Joana and Davide of Stop Despejos (Stop Evictions). Based in Lisbon (Portugal), Stop Despejos is an anti-capitalist, feminist and anti-racist, horizontal political collective, fighting for the right to housing and the right to the city. Through mutual aid, direct action, obstruction of evictions and media campaigns, they defend the right of inhabitants to keep living in their homes and neighborhoods against institutional racism, soaring rental prices, the commodification of housing, touristification and gentrification.As an autonomous grassroots movement, Stop Despejos believes that a trulyinclusive city can only be achieved by collective organization and solidarity networks between its inhabitants.Show NotesThe Question of Rent in LisbonThe Arrival of Ryan Air and Airbnb in PortugalThe Golden Visa SchemeThe Backlash Against ForeignersCan be Change Happen Through Political Parties or Only at the Grassroots?How to Build Solidarity in a CommunityHow Can We Live More Meaningfully?HomeworkStop Despejos Official WebsiteStop Despejos YouTubeStop Despejos FacebookAldrava Co-opHousing Not ProfitTranscript[00:00:00] Chris: Good morning, Joanna and Davide to the end of Tourism podcast. Thanks for joining me today.[00:00:07] Davide: Thank you. Good morning, chris. Oh, good afternoon.[00:00:10] Joana: Thank you for having, yes, good afternoon. Thank you for having us.[00:00:14] Chris: My pleasure, my honor. Now, I'd like, since we're always doing this virtually, and since there's always time zones to deal with and that kind of thing, I'm hoping that you'd both be able to illustrate a little about where you find yourselves today and what the world looks like there a few days after these mass demonstrations that we'll discuss shortly.[00:00:37] Joanne: Yes, well, I'm I'm in Alfama which is a really old neighborhood in the center of Lisbon. Actually Davide lives in the same neighborhood. And today, the weather is great. It's really sunny and you start to see a lot of tourists. You start to notice that you know, these amounts of tourists that we were used to see before the pandemic starts showing up again.And honestly, I'm still recovering from the, the demonstration during the weekend because we were what, like three months working for this demonstration, probably around three, four months. So yeah, it was a lot of hard work, but it was worth it at the end for sure.[00:01:27] Davide: I, I am in the same neighborhood in Alfama, and the sky is perfectly blue. It's classic Lisbon. It's a city that everybody loves.[00:01:38] Chris: Thank you, David. Debbie Day. Thank you, Joanna. And so you both come to us today on behalf of an organization called Stop Despejos. Now, before we get into the gritty details of the demonstrations, I'm wondering if you two would be willing to share a bit about the history of the organization, why it was started, and perhaps when and by whom,[00:02:07] Davide: Yeah, it, it's called Stop Despejos. It just means "stop eviction." It was founded in in 2017, about six years ago because at that time... In 2012, during Troika there was, after, after the financial crisis crisis in Portugal, I mean all over the world in Portugal the International Monetary Fund and the European Union understood that there was a great opportunity for real estate market in tourism in Portugal.And so they convinced the government, the right-wing government to change the law about renting. And it was much, much simpler to evict people. Mm-hmm. It has become much simpler and one of the ways is actually not to renew contracts. Okay. So the contract normally lasts five years. So just five years after the new law, all people were evicted. And so including myself, and that's why we founded this organization. Wow. Joanna, do you have anything to add in that regard?[00:03:18] Joana: Yes, I joined during 2018, so about an year after David joined. Actually, I also got evicted and it kind of started because of that, like I was in a really old place in the center.And my landlord wanted to increase the rent for more than 300 euros. Wow. So that's the thing, like. There is no rent control happening in Portugal. If you are landlord and if your house is falling apart you can ask for whichever price you desire.So, by that time I was doing some research, like thinking to myself, this cannot be legal. Like this is insane. And then I found out that it was indeed legal. And then I was doing another research to see if someone was fighting against this. So that's how I, I found out about Stop Despejos.And by that time, my ex-boyfriend also had some issues with this landlord. So, yeah, that's how I got to Stop Despejos I'm there since 2018. It's also an autonomous collective. So we are not connected to any political party. We are self-sufficient. And we are anti-capitalist as well.And we also work together with Habita, which is also a housing rights association that also fights, evictions, and provides legal advice to people that are on the risk of addiction. Mm-hmm.[00:05:01] Chris: Yeah. And that name popped up as well, Habita, in some of the news press releases that came out regarding the demonstrations of this past weekend.And so maybe we could start from there while it's still fresh in your minds with these recent actions that were organized by, Stop Despejo s. Nice. That came to pass this weekend and, and culminated in, in marches and protests on the 1st of April.My first question is what did each of you see over the course of the protests and what has been the response in the aftermath?[00:05:37] Joana: So this protest was organized not only by Stop Despejos and Habita was also by a lot of different collectives and associations, not only the housing rights collectives, also people that got in involved, dozens of different organizations that were preparing and working for this protest.We got around 20,000 people on the streets. I'm not good with numbers. David is the mathematician. But yes, around 20,000 people on the streets, which is massive for Portugal, to be honest.There wasn't the housing rights protests in Lisbon. I think the last one was organized by Stop Despejos and Habita, which was during 2018, if I'm not mistaken. So yes, personally I wasn't expecting that much people on the streets, but it was really beautiful to see this amount of people organized and marching the streets and asking not only for better housing, but also the right to belong to the city.You know, to have a city that it's not only made for tourists or for or for the rich or for private investors, but for a real inclusive city that is made for its people, for the people that works there, for the people that that lives there. So, that was really beautiful. It was beautiful to watch people shouting. It was really awesome.[00:07:13] Chris: I imagine that being able to see, that amount of people, and not necessarily the number, that kind of abstract 20,000, but the number of people that you would've seen in the streets as well is a really deep way to measure the discontent and the crisis as opposed to just imagining that so many people or just like a few people share these sentiments, right.[00:07:38] Joana: Yes, of course. And you would see everyone on the streets. Like, you would see people that living on the city center, but also people that live in the social neighborhoods, in the outskirts of the city as well.Like all of them together demanding better housing and a better city and rent controls. So it was, it was amazing. When I woke up the next morning, I felt really grateful, even though there was some, there was some police violence at the end of the demonstration. Still, I woke up feeling really grateful for that day, for sure.[00:08:14] Chris: Thank you. And David, how, what was your impression of the demonstrations?[00:08:21] Davide: Yeah, it was, it was impressive. Let me say that Habita is a part of a European coalition called European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and to the City. And together with Habita, we organized the outing Action Day every year.But we could feel it, we could feel it because we have been organizing some preliminary meeting and they were full of people. I mean, you can feel this moment when the people wants to take some action and we could really feel it.It was great.[00:08:57] Chris: In fact[00:08:59] Davide: our previous campaign was called " Retomar la Ciudad" (Take Back the City). Mm. And we really felt that for one day we took the city. Mm-hmm. It, it was great because. I mean, when you are walking in such a big demonstration and you look back and you see the street full of people and you know that you and your comrades are responsible somehow for that, it, it is really an amazing feeling. And now we will see where, what will happen. This depends on us, but also on, on the willingness of other people to, to join ouraction.[00:09:38] Chris: So doing, you know, the research that I could online when I started looking up the protests Lisbon, online in the English speaking world.Anyways, there was clearly this kind of Associated Press press release that came out because every Anglophone media outlet that I could find that had put something out in this regard had the exact same wording. Yes. Right. And, and you, you can start to realize very quickly what's happening in that regard.But one of the things that was written in the press release is this as follows. And it said that"the figures released by Confi which collects data on housing shows that rents in Lisbon, which is a tourist hotspot, have jumped 65% since 2015, and sale prices have skyrocketed 137% during the same period.According to another real estate data company, Casafari, rents increased 37% last year alone, more than current figures in Barcelona or Paris," which are two of the most overt touristed or visited cities in the world."Low wages in high rents have made Lisbon the world's third least viable city to live in, according to a study by insurance brokers, CIA Landlords."And that's not a joke. CIA landlords.Anyways, so I imagine reading this, I imagine that it hasn't always been like this. Right. And I'm wondering if you, could each tell our listeners a little bit about how this came to pass? I know you mentioned the change of the law, of the five year lease law and I guess how you've both seen the city change in the course of your time there.[00:11:37] Davide: Yeah, I, I must say that apart from the new renting law, so what happened also in, I think 2013, it, that Ryan Air came to Lisbon together with Airbnb and this destroyer, I mean, completely ruin in the city. And before that Ryan Air was only flying to Porto. And then the new government was lobbied to allow Ryan Air. Then Airbnb was invented.And Libo is a city where people I mean, there, there's not much job. So people really look into Airbnb as a way to make money. It is so easy. I mean, the only thing that we can sell is ourself, and they were very willing to sell ourselves. Mm-hmm. To, to make a decent salary.I mean, it was really perfect because it's full of people that wants to come to Lisbon because it's such a beautiful city, and we just have this to sell, the city itself.And so all the neighborhoods, the central neighborhood of Lisbon were flooded with Airbnb. It's really incredible. And with Airbnb in town like that, without any regulation, without any regulation, I mean, everybody can rent how many houses or floods you want in whatever situation they are.So the price is skyrocketed. You go from 1000 euro per square meter to buy a house. Now it's 5,000. Wow. I mean, people, maybe bought a flat for 100,000 euro. Now they sell it for 500,000 euros right there. Wow.And now it's, it's even getting worse because, so when in 20 17, I was evicted. My rent passed from 500 euros per month to almost double. But now I, I know people renting a flat, a small flat, like for 1500 euros per month. And the salary is still the same. And then a lot of real estate investment. Really, I mean all, all the big players in the real estate in investment, they just came to town.They started to build luxury condos. There are la luxury condos everywhere in town. Mm. Really? Everywhere. It's crazy. I mean, you see construction sites everywhere, but for room for nobody. Cause the, all these luxury condominiums are, are actually empty. They're just houses that are bought and then sold after a few years and things like that.they're just made to store money essentially. Mm. So there are, there are a lot of economic factor, like one is tourism, and the other real estate speculation.[00:14:30] Joana: And this is all also promoted by the state itself. It's not, yeah. It's not just a matter of, you know, it is the state also giving tax benefits to these private investors, also to digital nomads, you know, that come here and they can, they are the ones that can pay all these higher rents because the minimum wage in Portugal is around 740 euros.And you can find, and there's basements that are 700 euros per month basement. I dunno nowadays exactly how much is a one bed one bedroom apartment in the center. But I would say it's around 1000 euros. You can easily find a one bedroom apartment for 1000 was per month.Yeah.[00:15:23] Chris: Speaking of tourism and Airbnb, we can't really speak about these themes anymore without speaking about there's other names we could use, but digital nomads. And this was another thing that was brought up in the English press releases is around this question in Europe that referred to as the "Golden Visa" And in the report it's written that "the current socialist government announced last month that a housing package among other measures, ended the controversial Golden Visa scheme and banned new licenses for Airbnb properties.Critics, however, say it is not enough to lower prices in the short term." Now, given that, I imagine that you two make up some of these critics, I'm curious if you could explain a little bit for our listeners about what that Golden Visa program is or was and what it has done to the city and culture in Lisbon, if not the country as a whole.[00:16:26] Joana: The Golden visa program is basically the state giving tax benefits to residents from outside of European Union. And all they need to do basically is to buy a property for at least half a million euros and also to create some jobs. But in practice they just need to buy a property.So what happens is a lot of companies are also increasing the prices of houses because they know that someone will buy it for those prices. So that's one of the consequences of the Golden visa. And actually the government is not ending the golden Visa. It's just making some changes and changing the name because they're still giving tax benefits to someone that wants to invest in Portugal. So this is basically the so-called socialist government financing people and companies that are already rich.So it's basically the state giving money to the rich. And these measures are not enough. I mean, this government is only socialist by the name. It's not socialist in practice because even those measures that aim to put Airbnbs back in the market, it's still the state giving tax benefits to those landlords, to those people that own Airbnb.[00:17:55] Davide: Let maybe just a little bit more precise, you know Portugal belongs to the Shengen area. So if you have a Portuguese visa, you can travel everywhere in Europe. So, this Golden Visa program was a way for any outside the European Union to get a visa for the Shengen area by buying a property. And so it is really something terrible. Mm, I mean, to actually sell visas to rich people. It has to do a lot, not just with the fact of making the housing market crazy because of course the, the price is skyrocketed, but also it has to do with money laundering.And it was really, really a bad thing for Portugal in general. And also this idea of digital nomads. It's somehow similar. It targets other kind of people, not the super rich from, I don't know, China or whatever, but it, it targets people working probably in some startup in California or places like that.Just a way to make life easier in Portugal for rich people and more miserable for people in Portugal because the problem is that the economy is not very solid in Portugal. And so instead of investing money in building a better economy, they just trying to attract people that already have money, right?It's becoming like economically very depending of money from abroad, from money, from tourist, money from people that actually work abroad. Just a nice place to live for people from outside and the people from inside. Well, too bad for them.[00:19:48] Joanne: Yeah. The main issue is that the digital nomads usually come to live here earning salaries, wages from their home country. So they come to live here with salaries from the United States, for instance. So for them it's not, paying 800 euros per rent is really cheap. Which is not for us. So, that's the inequality here.[00:20:11] Chris: Yeah. And, and that the place is more often than not, I mean, you could say almost always, but we'll say more often than not temporary in the eyes of the digital nomad, the tourist, perhaps even the people who purchase the golden visa because there's always this sense of, well, I could do this somewhere else, right? Because there's other places to be a digital nomad. There's other places to be a tourist. There's other places to get golden visas and on and on. And so I wanted to ask about the kind of, we'll say blowback or perhaps xenophobia that can arise from these things and does, and has. You know, it's something that I've seen here in Oaxaca over the last seven or eight years, especially in the last couple of years with inundation or flooding of this place with digital nomads, over tourism, Airbnb.And it's been hard personally, but it's been easy visually to watch a kind of resentment and xenophobia grow against foreigners here as a result of this gentrification and culture loss. And so I'm curious if you two have seen anything similar in that regard in Lisboa or how has the general response been, and I think it's important to say here as well, that at least at the beginning when Airbnb tends to create this strangle hold in a tourist destination that a lot of the people who are, who are renting these flats or homes are locals. Right? And then certainly later on you see companies, corporations like Blackstone in Europe taking over.These issues, we often try to make them simple to understand when in fact they're extremely complex and complicated. And so I guess I'm curious what you both have seen in regards to the loss or perceived loss of culture in Lisboa and the reactions from locals in regards to that against the foreigner, or perhaps against the systemic structures.[00:22:21] Joana: Yeah, it's a really, it's a really interesting question. I would let David go first if you, if you have already something on your mind.[00:22:29] Davide: Well, I don't think Portuguese people are very vocal in the xenophobia.As a foreigner myself I never faced it. I mean, in general they're quite polite. Racism is always against black people, or the gypsy. I mean, there is some vague resentment, against tourists, but not too much. You, you don't feel it too much? I mean, I don't feel it, so...[00:23:03] Joana: yes. Me neither.I mean, you have people that feel really annoyed by tourists, especially people that lives in the center, obviously. They feel annoyed, but I wouldn't call it hatred, you know, in the same way that I would call hatred towards immigrants from Nepal or from India.Those are the ones that I would say that get more hatred and also the gypsy community. And people from social neighborhoods. I mean, immigrants that live, in social neighborhoods. So I wouldn't say that there's a lot of hatred towards tourist themselves.I would say only like annoyance, because there's also people that stand that really believes that without tourism we would have no economy. You know, they cannot imagine the end of tourism, let's put it this way. They aren't capable, you know, of imagining a new economy that wouldn't depend on tourism.And you could see that during the pandemic. So I wouldn't really call, it hate, only annoyance. Let's put it that way. Yeah.[00:24:19] Chris: And you had mentioned earlier that the current socialist government is socialist by name and not in practice. And I'm curious, how Stop Despejos sees the necessity of making change from the grassroots, or if there's a possibility of doing that on the electoral level.[00:24:43] Joanne: It has to happen on the grassroot level. Yes. Yes. We do not trust that a political party will solve the issue because, this is an issue that has been increasing of it over the years.And the state itself helps the increase of this issue. So we truly believe that in order for the change to happen, we need to be organized. People need to be organized. It's only through those grassroots movements that we feel that we are able to really create a radical change, a structural change.This is beyond political parties. I think it's more about the people and those grassroots movement. That's why we do not associate ourselves to any political party, even though some of them try. But yes our work is based on social movements and with people.We have tried to stop a lot of evictions that were not made by private landlords. They were made by the state. So, that's another reason. Me personally, I don't trust the state or political parties because the status itself is also able to evict and to destroy people, the right to adequate housing and the right to live in the city.So that's why we need to work with people and to work with the grassroot movement.[00:26:11] Davide: I would say that we are like more like let's say ecologists movement. We are really for system change and and not to change inside the system. But I must say that some people that used to belong to our organization, that really still very close to our organization, they founded a new movement for a referendum to ban Airbnb. Okay.This would be like using the system, but without passing through parties really to use some direct democracy tool inside the system. And now possibly next year there will be this referendum to ban Airbnb. Wow. We don't know because such a local referendum was never used in the history of Lisbon.So it is a tool that only exists in theory. In practice, we do not know. But still, this is something that may be the most anarchist in our group do not like, but in general, we are not against it. The use of this referendum tools.[00:27:19] Joana: Yeah, I think that we are not saying that, you know, every politician is the same or that every party is the same, of course, that we recognize that, you know, some politicians may be better than others.But at the same time it's what David was the saying. We want to make radical changes not outside of the system, not inside the system. Because even with good examples like the mayor of Barcelona, the system itself is so corrupt that it's really hard to make changes within the system.It's not just one person with good intentions that is gonna change the system.[00:27:59] Chris: Yeah. Yeah. And I mean, at the end of the day, these issues that you've both spoken to are everyone's issues. They're not left issues, they're not right issues. They affect everyone. And you can kind of see through that and that the political spectrum in that regard is just incredibly divisive.And so I wanted to ask you both a little bit about, your advice suggestions around solidarity.Here in Oaxaca, it's a city that's been more and more touristed over the last we'll say 40 or 50 years. But really not on the tourist map until the last 10 years or so. And then at the end of the lockdowns became this kind of massive escape destination for a lot of Americans and Canadians and Europeans as well.And so there's this sudden kind of, oh, this is too much. And we never imagined it could be this bad, but suddenly we're there and it's here and we don't know how to deal with it. And maybe because of the nature of the history and culture and politics in this part of the world, but there isn't necessarily this, this level of communication, network building, solidarity that there is, for example, in Southern Europe. And so my first question in that regard is, what kind of advice would you offer people working with social movements here and in other parts of the world who need to build solidarity among the, citizenry, but also between organizations who haven't done that before?What advice would you have for them?[00:29:52] Davide: Well, difficult question. Yeah, difficult question. I don't know if we are such a, a good model because our results haven't been that great. But[00:30:02] Joana: it's a long process and I believe that we are still in that process, like in the middle of that process of building solidarity with different movements. I saw more solidarity perhaps during this organization of the protests of the demonstration. But I think it was a process that started already during the pandemic.So it's a long and and hard process to build solidarity between movements because most of the time, I mean, we do not get paid to do this political activity. So, you know, people have their own jobs and their own lives. And sometimes it's really hard to do something as simple as planning an assembly with different organizations or collectives.So I would say I mean, the best advice I could give is to be patient and to accept, really, that is going to be a process that sometimes you feel like you are all by yourself, that you are the only collective doing something. And other times you'll have a lot of people in your public assemblies.So, it's a long process and my best advice would be that, and also to respect the differences between several collectives and organizations and between people. What's the main goal?What's glue sticking all of it together. What are your enemies? Basically, what are the enemies that you are fighting? What type of city or what type of country would you like to live in? So, use your imagination and use it as a fuel also to create goals and to plan.[00:31:45] Davide: One thing is, is to be well organized as much as possible. And being organized for us, it's like we are a perfectly horizontal organization. We don't have any leader, but like something simple. Every time we meet, I mean every week we have one moderator, one taking notes.And then another thing which is important, it's kind of a blend between action and study. It is important to study, I mean, to, to growone's understanding but also it is important to actually act. You need to actually meet people that are in this situation you are fighting against. You need both, both action and, and study. And then one other thing is never get overwhelmed because when you start working, doing activity with people that are being evicted or losing their homes, these are let's say emotionally very heavy situation.And more often than not, these people are actually losing their home. You cannot do too much. And so it is important that you don't feel guilty for that. You don't spend all your life try to save others people life. Because if you do that for six months, then you quit the struggles. So it's better to keep like a lower profile, but to be consistent during the years.[00:33:19] Chris: Well thank you both for that. And then the other side of the question or the coin of the question. So, the first one was regarding social movements and then this next one is speaking to individuals. There's been this for me anyways, this clear view towards tourism as a kind of escapism that masquerades as freedom of choice, especially for those of us in the Americas, right?So the pandemic deepened that, to say the least. And as a result of people getting to choose where they live, the places they choose generally suffer as a result, you know, regardless of people's good intentions or even good behavior. And so sometimes it's hard to resist the urge to blame the foreigner and to focus on them instead of the system and the structures of oppression that it produces.But at the same time, we need the foreigner, in the context of digital nomadism and tourism and the golden visa, we need each of them, each of those people, to understand their consequence in the world. And so finally, I'd like to ask you both, what advice would you have for the tourists and expats who want to experience Portugal or who already live there, who perhaps want to act and proceed as responsible residents, for those who would want to visit.[00:34:53] Davide: Tourist must know that if he comes to Lisbon or she comes toLisbon. She will spend most time standing at other tourist like him. Just like an ecosystem just made of tourist, of tourist. If tourist here live actually in a strange ecosystem made of, just, of tourist then I think it's kind of not very nice experience.So to be more, more precise,half of the time a tourist will look at his smartphone and half of the time at other tourists like him. I think this, this way of leaving or traveling, it is very superficial. You don't get anything to come to Lisbon or to any other place in the world just to spend time look at on a smartphone or looking at other tourists like you.But this is like more moral statement. I mean, people should look inside themselves to start doing things which are more meaningful instead of just doing things that they happen to do because everybody does the same thing.[00:36:01] Joana: Yeah. It's a difficult question. I agree with, with David. I also worked on the tourist industry years ago. And I remember I got the feeling that the tourists in Lisbon kind of felt deceived. They would ask me all the time, where are the locals? Where can I find locals? You know, I only see tourists around me. Like, can you recommend me a place where, where the locals go and so on.So yeah, I would say the tourism basically is not worth it. You know, it's not worth going to Lisbon spending holidays. It's not just a matter of personal responsibility because I understand that people work and they feel the need to spend the holidays on some cheap destination and Lisbon is really cheap for a lot of tourists.It's more about systemic change, but at the same time, I believe that we still need to have some sort of personal responsibility. So I would say just go somewhere else where it's not too touristified, just try to choose another destination that is not totally exploited by the mass tourism to the golden and You know, and the digital knows honestly, I don't know how, how they could be more responsible because they are taking advantage of a situation, where that situation is only possible because the locals are getting affected by it. Maybe try to get involved in your local social movements. Get involved, try to know the neighbors and to do something. Use your privilege in order to change something. But be aware that you are only here because you are privileged enough to benefit from our government. Mm-hmm.[00:37:56] Chris: I think that's really important as well, this notion of, if you're gonna go and live in a place, understand the history, understand the culture, understand where you are, when you are, and get involved, right.Get involved with the social movements and the grassroots of the place. And so, you know, for our listeners or maybe people either visiting Portugal or living there as well, how might they find out more about Stop[00:38:24] Joanne: They can find us on social media.We have a Facebook page, also an Instagram page, and all of our assemblies are open to the public. Everybody can go there. Usually our meetings are on an association called City Guide. In the center, in one of the most gentrified areas of the city center.So it's cool that we have our meetings there. And it's every Mondays at 7:30 PM. Usually we start late cause we're in Portugal. But everybody's welcome. Everybody's is more than welcome. You don't need to to be like a researcher or academic or to even suffer or to have suffered some kind of eviction.Everybody's welcome to our assemblies and to join.[00:39:15] Davide: I would like to say that it's really beautiful to be part of like a movement and a collective, like Stop Despejos. So, when after I joined, I was facing a difficult time in my life. And, and for me it was very important to, to be there. I mean, first of all, to see that there are people with bigger problem than mine.And then it's, for me, it's really a pose from my personal life. I go there and also must say that the people that are involved in this kind of struggle are in general pretty special people. So you meet people you would wouldn't normally meet at work or, or in a pub.It's really enriching things to do.[00:40:03] Chris: Fantastic. Well, I, I'll make sure all of those links for social media and the website are up on the end of tourism website when the episode launches. And from what I understand, there will be some extra media to share.Well, it's been a, a great pleasure to meet and speak with both of you, at least virtually, and maybe one day in person.You'll be welcome. You'll be welcome than welcome, Chris. Yes, likewise.[00:40:30] Davide: Thank you. Thank you.[00:40:31] Joana: Thank you so much, Chris. Thank you for having us. Get full access to ⌘ Chris Christou ⌘ at chrischristou.substack.com/subscribe
¿Tienes unos minutos? Te contamos la actualidad de Cuba y del resto del mundo en 'Cuba a diario', el podcast noticioso de Diario De Cuba. CUATRO NOTICIAS DEL DÍA: —Díaz-Canel, rendido a la 'antigua y bella Lisboa', arranca su 'intenso programa de trabajo' en Portugal https://diariodecuba.com/cuba/1689315376_48505.html —Los cubanos, escépticos ante la renovada amistad de La Habana y Moscú, muestra una encuesta https://diariodecuba.com/cuba/1689271633_48493.html —Pekín se suma a las quejas del régimen de Cuba por el submarino de EEUU en Guantánamo https://diariodecuba.com/cuba/1689275854_48496.html —Cubadata: Un 57,6% de cubanos encuestados considera imposible o muy difícil obtener atención médica https://diariodecuba.com/cuba/1689250351_48461.html —La Embajada de EEUU en La Habana permanecerá cerrada este viernes 14 de julio y los servicios consulares permanecerán suspendidos ESCÚCHANOS de lunes a viernes, a las 6:30 AM, hora de #Cuba | 12:30 PM, hora de #Madrid. SUSCRÍBETE a nuestro canal de SoundCloud: @ddc-radio-cuba-a-diario SÍGUENOS: • FB: www.facebook.com/DIARIODECUBA • TW: twitter.com/diariodecuba • IG: www.instagram.com/diariodecuba/ • Telegram: t.me/titularesDDC Sigue leyendo hoy la Cuba de mañana: • https://diariodecuba.com/
tu.- Hallado el cadáver descompuesto flotante de un bebé de seis meses en las playas de Tarragona: “Mira, llevo tu nombre tatuado en la palma de mi mano” (Isaías 49, 16) .- JMJ Lisboa, Proselitismo, Llamada a la conversión, Fratelli Tutti
A casa do ex-presidente do PSD Rui Rio foi alvo de buscas da Polícia Judiciária, na manhã de quarta-feira. Também as residências de alguns funcionários do partido e a sede do PSD em Lisboa e no Porto receberam visitas da PJ.O deputado Hugo Carneiro, que foi secretário-geral adjunto do PSD, é um dos alvos, uma vez que foi responsável pelas contas do partido durante a liderança de Rui Rio, tendo sido nomeado mandatário financeiro nacional das eleições autárquicas de 2021.O caso remonta a 2018, quando Rui Rio era líder do PSD. Em causa está o facto de terem sido pagos ordenados a funcionários do PSD com recurso a verbas da Assembleia da República, que seriam exclusivamente destinadas a cargos de assessoria dos grupos parlamentares.Rui Rio não nega essas práticas dentro do PSD, defende antes que “os pagamentos não são ilícitos” e sublinha: “isto são os partidos todos, porquê o PSD?”Neste episódio, conversamos com Leonete Botelho, editora de política do PÚBLICO, que confirma que a prática não é exclusiva do PSD. "Todos os partidos o fazem, toda a gente sabe. É uma prática reiterada".
A advogada brasileira Jaluzza Gazzoli está em Lisboa a fazer doutoramento em Alterações Climáticas e Políticas de Desenvolvimento Sustentável da Universidade de Lisboa, ela chama a atenção para o caso exemplar que está a ser a proteção da costa oceânica do Brasil, e dá um foco especial nas políticas ambientais no estado de Espírito Santo.
O foguetão europeu Ariane 5 deverá descolar pela última vez na noite desta terça-feira, a partir das 10 e meia da noite, hora de Lisboa. Com este último voo, fecha-se um ciclo de quase 30 anos, com um total de 117 voos do foguetão europeu.O Ariane 6 está na linha de sucessão, mas o lançamento já só deverá acontecer em 2024.Será que a Europa ainda vai a tempo de fazer frente à concorrência dos privados na indústria aeroespacial?Neste episódio, conversamos com Tiago Ramalho, jornalista da secção de Ciência.