It is an online conversation in a “live” format, which promotes dialogues and links between the mobilization of the people in Street Situation themselves, researchers and professionals who discuss the Right to the City as the collective recovery of urban spaces, focusing on housing. The triggering arguments suggest thinking about the city and urbanization processes that refute the logic of segregation, exclusion and invisibility, even more accentuated in this pandemic moment. In this sense, the right to decent housing and the right to public policies that necessarily include and involve the participation of these people in the solutions will be proposed as triggers.