Today, poverty is under the roof. People living in abandoned houses (according to the Portuguese National Statistics Institute (INE) there are 735 empty houses) without any living conditions, without running water or electricity
Simplicity and poverty define the daily life in the Indian tribe of Bribri, located in Limón, in Costa Rica, struggling to survive. With agriculture as their own subsistence, the natives have an organized social structure and try to build a future maintaining their ancestors traditions.
Children, adolescents, men and women, watched the demolition of some towers in the neighborhood called Aleixo, in Oporto, known as one of the biggest drug market in the city, with consternation.
Alves, Francisco, Fernanda e “A.” are some of the faces of a problem that affects lots of people in Portugal. Some of them have no house; others live in homes with no conditions.
Their faces tell us stories about another continent, with movements that began to be practiced on the beaches of Conacri, in Guiné.
Between cries of fight and posters with messages addressed to the local authority, a group of activists of the movement Es.Col.A reoccupied the old primary school of Fontinha, in Oporto.
Tears and protests were the spotlight of the ultimate closing day of Bom Sucesso market, in Oporto.
It’s a protest motion against social and economic difference, greed, corruption and companies influencies.
Rainy or shiny, the river beach of Tabuão, in Paredes de Coura is invaded by an environment of fest during the two months of July and August