WHY THIS CYCLE?
We live in times when it is necessary to discuss the obvious. Let’s do it!
The Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom is a space for memory, resistance to dictatorship and the struggle for freedom. We challenge everyone to critical reflection and the approach to memory as a cultural heritage and the construction of a common identity. Questioning and critical thinking are part of our daily lives, valuing freedoms, rights and guarantees is a daily practice in our activity, the commitment to a culture of dialogue and understanding is one of the reasons for our existence.
Education for Citizenship and Human Rights is at our origin, and in our identity and in our daily practice. For all these reasons, we decided to launch the invitation to help us think and explain the obvious: education and culture are always the best answer.
In the first half of 2021, we will hold a cycle of conversations about the importance of education for citizenship, listening to experts and sharing reflections, concerns and democratic commitment.
You all are invited to participate whether in the auditorium of our museum or by streaming on our networks, join us, and bring a friend!
January 27th, 06pm- David Rodrigues
February 24th, 06pm – Sara Barriga, Luzia Rodrigues, Joana Simões Piedade
March 10th, 06pm – Sandra Benfica and Ariana Furtado
March 24th, 06pm – José Morgado and Rita Ramalho
April 14th, 06pm – Anabela Rodrigues, Cristina Roldão e Henrique Chaves
April 29th, 06pm – Ana Maria Bettencourt
May 26th, 06pm – Sérgio Gaitas and Sérgio Niza
June 16th, 06pm – Alice Azevedo
➢ Location: Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom
➢ Registration: Application Form
➢ Format: in person and / or by streaming
➢ For the general public, the school community, students, teachers, technicians and employees, mothers, fathers and grandparents.
➢ Activity in portuguese