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Lisboa Mistura (2008)

Book designed by Associação Sons da Lusofonia as a place for observation and intervention in the urban environment, to better understand the possibilities of urban development found in the city.

Launched at the Lisboa Mistura Festival in 2008, it brings together texts from different people of writing and thought who share their impressions of Lisbon: António Costa – Carlos Martins – José Sarmento de Matos -Nuno Artur Silva – Jacinto Lucas Pires – Rosário Quinta – Vítor Belanciano – Delfim Sardo – Manuel Graça Dias – Pedro Costa – João Seixas – Mário J. Alves – Rita Torres Baptista – Jorge Moreira da Silva – Tiago Fleming Outeiro – Natasha Marjanovic

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FESTA DO JAZZ (2020)

In partnership with Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda (INCM), ASL launched a book in September 2020 about the numbers and facts about Jazz Music in Portugal over the last 20 years, with a special focus on Festa do Jazz festival, presenting successfull stories that are part of the recent history of Jazz in Portugal.

In order to report the importance of the festival throughout its eighteen editions, Gonçalo Frota, a journalist from Público, interviewed 16 participants who attended the festival in its most diverse contexts. From these interviews, Gonçalo Frota created 16 profiles of the interviewees that were integrated throughout the general text of the book prepared by researcher José Dias and the Director of the Festa do Jazz, Carlos Martins. The profiles are accompanied by photographs taken by Vitorino Coragem of each of those interviewed for the book. 

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Educação Global nos Países Lusófonos (2020)

Project developed between the Centro Norte Sul do Conselho da Europa (CNS – CE) and the Sons da Lusofonia Association to implement pedagogical programs in a publication that brings together a set of experiences within the scope of Global Education, developed in the seven Portuguese-speaking countries: Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal and São Tomé and Príncipe but also a list of organizations contacted.  

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