ATTENTION: working hours during COVID-19 emergency phase
Casa do Povo remains closed to the general audience, responding only to demands of the territory and undertaking actions along with the neighborhood to make the space useful in fighting against the effects of COVID-19. Learn more.
78th Warsaw Ghetto UprisingApril 19th to May 16th / Listen to the podcast on Whatsapp or Spotify
Entre 19 de abril a 16 de maio de 2021, a Casa do Povo compartilha Levante-se, um podcast que marca as comemorações do 78º do Aniversário do Gueto de Varsóvia. Os episódios acompanham os acontecimentos históricos e trazem depoimentos de pessoas que conectam levantes do passado e do presente.
Acervos em diálogo (Archives in dialogue) Casa do Povo and Arquivo NacionalMay 7th, 6 p.m. / Livestreaming on Facebook
Acervos em diálogo (Archives in dialogue) is a series of online meetings organized by Casa do Povo to discuss the relations between archives and popular documents, focusing on issues like transparency and access to information in public archives and the importance of institutions to strengthen human rights.
Nossa Voz #1021Launching April / 2021
#2021 edition of Nossa Voz newspaper arrives at Casa do Povo in April. The publication unfolds into essays, interviews, stories, and artistic interventions around the topic Regenerations. Learn more.
ZOOMZZ Cristian Duarte em companhiaQuartas, 16h / Até 12 de maio / Online
COVID-19 Action Fronts
Casa do Povo has been focused on actions in the neighborhood to make its space useful in the fight against the effects of Covid-19 in the region.
Soundwalk through Bom Retiro
The 55-minute audio guide runs along corners and streets, traditional shops, synagogues and buildings significant to the history of the Bom Retiro neighborhood, beginning and ending at Casa do Povo. Learn more.
Sabão do Povo
The Sabão do Povo is an action front that came up at Casa do Povo in the context of the COVID-19 pandemics. The group is composed of women from the NGO Mulheres da Luz, Grupo Mexa, as well as volunteers of Casa do Povo who joined forces to produce soap bars from recycled oil offered by restaurants and neighbors, with the aim of providing financial independence through fair profit and conscious consumption.