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# SolidarizaGoiânia (GO)

The social project # SolidarizaGoiânia is a collective action carried out by several volunteers and social organizations that aims to connect those who are available to donate / help those in situations of vulnerability who need urgent care because they are the victims most affected by the social, economic and health consequences and emotional problems arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Created on March 26, 2020, exactly one month after the first confirmation of coronavirus in Brazil (occurred in São Paulo, on February 26, 2020) and on the same day that the COVID pandemic made its first death in Goiás, # SolidarizaGoiânia managed to bring help to more than two thousand families in serious situations of food, hygiene, health and sanitation. All of this in just two months of mobilization. The project focuses on extremely poor families, in conditions of social semi-poverty and / or socially vulnerable groups, such as migrants, indigenous people, Venezuelans, transvestites, prostitutes, homeless people and single mothers who became unemployed due to isolation measures imposed by the coronavirus. He also collaborates with popular and street artists who are out of work due to the epidemic. The project has ten teams of volunteers in the cities of Goiânia and Aparecida de Goiânia, according to the traditional divisions of these cities: Center, North, South, East, West, Northwest, Southwest and Aparecida de Goiânia (Garavelo -Tiradentes, Centro-Santa Luzia , Vila Brasília - Papilon). Each team has an Articulation Leader in the Region, a Communication Leader and a Transport Leader, responsible for collecting and delivering donated items. It was designed by Fabrício Rosa and Bruno Revolta.

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The "Arte Salva" campaign started on March 25, 2020, when a group of 6 artists and producers based in Curitiba, came together to create and voluntarily manage the campaign. The need to initiate this action came due to COVID-19, which in a short time has already affected hundreds of artists in the state. With the lack of work and the delay in receiving government assistance, the situation worsened rapidly, it was then that the group got together and decided to map these artists so that they could collaborate with as many people as possible. The "Arte Salva" campaign from March until the present moment has already served more than 200 families of artists and technicians from the working class of the Performing Arts (artists, producers and technicians) of Curitiba and the Metropolitan Region PREVENTED to work due to the current pandemic, leading even their homes basic food baskets, cleaning products and personal hygiene products. It is through the collection of non-perishable food, basic food baskets and cash donations that the campaign intends to continue serving these families and others that may need them.



Redes de Desenvolvimento da Maré is a civil society institution that produces knowledge, develops projects and actions to ensure effective public policies that improve the lives of the 140 thousand residents of the 16 favelas of Maré. Redes da Maré has been operating for more than 20 years through four axes considered to be structural to improve the quality of life and guarantee basic rights of the population of Maré. Link: The process that led to the creation of Redes da Maré began in 1997, based on the initiative of residents and former residents from some of the 16 favelas that make up Maré and other parts of the city of Rio de Janeiro. The majority of this group was part of the population of less than 0.5% who managed to have access to university in the region and who also participated in social and community movements organized to fight for certain basic rights, such as: education, health, culture, sanitation, public lighting, security, among others. In 2007, the institution was formalized with this name 'Redes da Maré', based on the understanding that the exercise of citizenship by residents in the city must be based on a comprehensive and procedural project that values the social role of citizens, their collective actions and that has, as an assumption, respect for differences and diversity, as well as criticism of social inequalities currently existing in the country and in Rio de Janeiro. In about 40 social projects, we directly benefit more than 4 thousand residents, in addition to their families and neighbors. In the field of art and culture, we work to democratize the various artistic languages as elements for local development and for the symbolic resignification of Maré.

FIELD contemporary art (PI)

Autonomous space since its opening, O CAMPO is an initiative of Piauí choreographer Marcelo Evelin, and producer Regina Veloso from 2016, after the experience accumulated in the 9 years of Núcleo / Galpão do Dirceu. The Camp comprises accommodation and multi-use areas occupied by breeders and breeders, who become residents for different durations, with proposals that involve the creation of contexts for different audiences and participate in discussions and practices about the management of the place. It is the construction site of Evelin with its contemporary art research platform Demolition Incorporada. It is the headquarters of the Casa de Produção, a place for the understanding, implications and production practices proposed by Regina. It also includes the Studio Under, research center in Visual Arts coordinated by photographer Maurício Pokemon. Humilde Alves leads the administrative-financial sector and resident artists Bruno Moreno, Gui Fontineles and Phillip Marinho in a more continuous way not only in conducting their research but also in occupying space. Its associated local artists, from a history of actions and works created there: Fernanda Silva (from Parnaíba), Aline Guimarães, Bárbara Nunes, Vanessa Nunes, Original Bomber Crew (Allexandre Bomber, Anna Raquel, Cesar Costa, Javé Montuchô, Malcom Jefferson, Mike Lee), among others. The maintenance of the Field has taken place autonomously, reinvented as a daily creative process that also calls for the co-responsibility of the community that frequents it.



Casa Aurora is the first welcoming home, aimed at the LGBTQI + public in the state of Bahia and is located in downtown Salvador / BA. Casa Aurora's goal is to offer comprehensive care to young people aged 18 to 29 who are in situations of vulnerability and social risks, abandoned or removed from the family because of their gender identity and or sexual orientation. Aurora is coordinated by the LGBTQI + activist couple, João Hugo, a trans and black man and Sellena Ramos, a trans and black woman. They housed friends, friends of friends and LGBTQIA + s people who were expelled from their homes for being LGBTs, with that, they realized that the demand was much greater than they expected and decided to open after putting ideas on paper Casa Aurora. In this opening process, they understood that they needed partners, since sheltering alone would not supply the issues, then the social health clinic emerged, a center for legal assistance and offering courses, workshops, conversation circles and cultural activities to insert people who seek shelter and people who sought services other than institutional shelter. Aurora was inaugurated on May 31, to mark the closing of this month, known locally as “May of Diversity”. Its location in the center was given to be close and in dialogue with other devices that defend the LGBTQI + population in Salvador. Our team of volunteer professionals is composed of 15 people who work together with the coordinators. Aurora is a project developed through the Bahia Diversity and Inclusion Association - Coletivo Ação.



É Da Nossa Cor is a social initiative that was born in February 2014, with the aim of promoting debate, self-esteem and protagonism through Afro-Brazilian culture. Conceived by Mathizy Pinheiro, together with Djavan Nascimento, where they realized, from the outburst of the children stating that if they could choose, they would not be black, but blondes with blue eyes. They are residents of Monte Serrat, a remnant quilombo community, being the second community in Florianópolis with the largest contingent of Afro population. With this, recognizing conflicts experienced in childhood, they began through culture to emphasize the importance of the history and contribution of African-Brazilian and African-Diasporic culture to the world, with workshops on affirmative cinema, dance, percussion and singing. Understanding Afro-Brazilian culture in addition to artistic modality, but as an appreciation of the tradition and history of a people based on their civilizing values. And so, understanding Racism as a violence that impacts on the subjective, relationships and structures generating social exclusion, the initiative seeks to promote social inclusion of children and adolescents through Afro-Brazilian culture, protagonism and self-esteem. As a way to promote social inclusion, cultural workshops are held, tours for them to have access to different social spaces, as well as promoting presentations, where Afro-Brazilian history and culture can be presented as a space for everyone and the appreciation of Afro culture. - diasporic is done in a light and playful way. The initiative currently has larger proportions, and already manages to propose some punctual actions for larger audiences with artistic presentations and open events / workshops, however, it is still a challenge to build ways to make it self sustainable and expand the capacity to accommodate more children, as well as promoting other necessary actions, and with that it has been trying to build itself as a social impact business. We currently have an initiative management team, involving Psychologist, Social Worker, Business Manager and Systems Analyst proposing different actions in three central pillars of action: Access to law; Protagonism and Self-Esteem through Afro-Brazilian Culture; Development Opportunities. Objective: To promote healthy and non-violent actions and methodologies to combat racism with children and adolescents from Monte Serrat through Afro-Brazilian culture.

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In 2020, during the CoronaVìrus Pandemic, we performed the “CoronaVirus at Em Cena has no time!” with awareness-raising actions on prevention, emergency food security for families (distribution of food and hygiene material) and educational links (sending educational videos, online classes, distribution of material to children and active listening to immediate needs And a series of educational videos of preventive attitude towards CoronaVirus. And we inaugurated our channel on youtube: Em Cena Arte e Cidadania.


D ue to the closure of all theaters, concert halls, circuses, cultural centers and all kinds of public event in São Paulo, as anti-coronavirus action measure, all seasons, circulations and shows tests of the performing arts were interrupted in March leaving a huge contingent of professionals in the field without any source of income. From this urgency to support those most in need, the Marlene Colé Fund (FMC) has teamed up with partners to expand the assistance campaign for performing arts professionals. The management of the Marlene Colé Fund is in charge of the APTI-Association of Independent Theater Producers, headquartered in the Capital Paulista. The fund is concerned with the transparency of its actions and the list of people who have received the benefit of the food aid card, as well as the donors who have made it possible to disclose their names are available on the website. The FMC also counted on the participation of artists, as in the GivenGet campaign that promoted, through a lottery, an exclusive chat with celebrities such as Larissa Manoela, Cauã Reymond, Tony Ramos, Chay Suede, Juliana Paes and Fábio Porchat. The actor and singer Juan Alba made a live with fundraising through a QR Code on the screen during the broadcast. The actor Elias Andratto will donate part of the box office of his solo show Pessoa, currently playing for Sympla Digital, in addition to other artists. Our goal is to get assistance for the more than 30 thousand families in the State of São Paulo, supporting professionals who were the first to have their activities suspended and who will probably be the last to return to normalcy.

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Donations to help homeless men, women, children and animals. The project created in early 2020 gained momentum and urgency in the world surprised by the covid-19. It is estimated that currently 50 thousand people are homeless in the city. In addition to distributing food, the project distributes hygiene kits that include soap, toothpaste and toothbrush, razor, mask and disposable pads and also blankets, mattresses, clothes, water and dog and cat food that accompany their owners in this tragic
time. We survive exclusively with the help of volunteers who, first of all, donate love. During the organization and distribution we have about 20 people who take turns in practical actions ranging from making purchases in the market to delivering the plate of food during the night in Rio. We have no doubt that the difference is in looking at each other and you can be part of our revolution through
donations in cash, essential items and time.


Maria Conceição Macedo, a retired nurse, in 1985 started to shelter impoverished people living with HIV / AIDS in rented rooms. IBCM hj Has public utility and assists 70 children aged two to five years in a daycare center. Performs a weekly job of assisting prostitutes and transvestites who work on the streets of Salvador. It distributes 100 meals a day to the homeless population.

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Raiz da Serra Institute (SP)

The Raiz da Serra Institute arises from the need to take art and permaculture as a form of autonomy, engagement and freedom of expression to the Jabaquara region. The place where we established our headquarters was, for many years, an abandoned house that ended up being the target of deterioration of users and disposal of rubble from people in the region. With that, since we took over the site, we are under development to renovate the entire area, following our concepts. Our project was signed on 03/03/2020, but in fact, we had already been developing social projects independently. So we decided to unite some social enterprises to have a greater impact. We are in 5 founding members. Until today, we have done in the space: Waste management station, vegetable garden, composter, campfire area, pergolas, herb spiral, graffiti murals and bamboo gate


N'ZINGA - Collective of Black Women, was founded in 1986, in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, which for 33 years has been acting as a non-profit black feminist organization that fights against all forms of racial and gender discrimination and oppression , aiming to overcome discrimination and prejudice on a personal and collective level, as well as to seek alternatives that provide the socio-political and economic inclusion of women of African descent and their families in society, through the mobilization, organization and political participation of the community. This Collective arose from the realization that the specificities of being a poor woman and black woman in Brazilian society presuppose a series of disadvantages, such as: lower salary, less access to public goods and services, lower levels of education, celibacy involuntary, greater responsibility for family support, higher unemployment and misery and many other disadvantages that are not included in the social movements' flags of struggle. The manager Benilda Regina Paiva de Brito black woman LGBTI + and activist of the feminist and black movements since the 1980s, coordinates a multidisciplinary team made up of volunteer women who add up in the organizational structuring, are women educators, social worker, administrator, psychologist, lawyer, environmentalist, communicologist, accountant, producer, who assist in carrying out activities and articulations

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With the contagious spread of Covid-19 in Brazil, daughters and sons of domestic workers and day laborers came together to create the movement for the life of our mothers, which fights for measures to protect the health and well-being of these professionals and their families. In March, the movement released a manifest letter written by more than 70 people - children and grandchildren of domestic workers and day laborers, from six Brazilian states and Egypt - addressed to the government, employers and civil society, demanding that professionals also remain in social isolation and continue to be paid. According to the IBGE, Brazil has more than six million domestic workers, mostly black women from low-income families who work informally. The activity is classified by the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA) as a precarious activity, with low income and low social protection. After the death by Covid-19 of a resident of Miguel Pereira (RJ), infected by the employer who had just arrived from Italy, the group intensified the urgency of immediate paid isolation for the category, launching a petition, which today has more 115 thousand signatures. Despite the repercussions, many professionals were dismissed without salary or benefits and are already experiencing difficulties. “When we found that some of these women had been released without pay, and that they are the sole providers of their homes, the need arises to take a step further and try to do something that minimizes the effects of the pandemic on these women's lives,” he says. Juliana França, daughter of a domestic worker and member of the movement for the life of our mothers.


For a long time we have developed actions aimed at the community, such as the creation of the community garden, transportation, pavement, bank branches, theater, university for all, with the arrival of the pandemic we developed the campaign of the Solidary Network "SIM" of Blood Donation, Masks , Basic Baskets and Toilet Kit ...

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