This event is part of a conversation cycle with community leaders from the urban margins of Angola, Brazil, Mozambique and Portugal. It is organized within the Africa Habitat Project: habitat sustainability and the quality of living on the urban margins of Luanda and Maputo (coordinated by FAUL and financed by FCT and AKDN) and the postdoctoral work on the peripheral territories of Lusotopy by Débora Cavalcanti (NEST-UFAL). The conversation will be about a diagnosis of everyday life in urban margins, seven months after WHO declared a pandemic situation, knowing that in each corner of lusotopy the pandemic has its own rhythm. Therefore, will be discussed different situations, adaptations and priority problems in each location.

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