Lives in the Resistance

10 of October of 2018 - 14h00
Aljube Museum Auditorium

LIVES IN THE RESISTANCE is a cycle of conversations with protagonists of the resistance struggle against the Dictatorship, conducted by Ana Aranha and with the participation of school and community audiences.

The sessions are recorded on video so that they can be consulted in the future, in the Documentation Centre of the Museum, or disclosed to the entire community, through virtual means.


October 10 – Wednesday, 16h
Francisco Louçã

Upcoming Programme sessions
Auditorium of the Museum of Aljube

November 14 – Wednesday, 16h
Manuela Bernardino

December 5 – Wednesday, 16h
António Paulo and the group of peasants who fought for the 8 hours of work per day in Alentejo

Other events

Book presentation “Don’t be fooled!”
A tribute to the generation of fathers and mothers born in the 1930s who, without seeking a place in history, political or any other kind of protagonism, never resigned, risked their lives, went to prison, went into exile, and were persecuted so that we can live today in a better country.
25 of February of 2023 - 15h00
Visit the Aljube!
The month of February's Guided Tour to the Aljube Museum's long term exhibition Resistance and Freedom.
25 of February of 2023 - 10h30
Visit Aljube!
The month of July's Guided Tour to the long term exhibition at the Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom.
30 of July of 2022 - 10h30
What can a writer do?
Can a democracy assert itself without a critical mass of citizens? What is the role of civil society during a war? What can a writer do?
17 of June to 05 of July of 2022