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45 YEARS AFTER THE CARNATION REVOLUTION – PORTUGAL AS A MODEL FOR NEW SOCIALISM?

On April 25, 1974 left-leaning troops move into Lisbon and take over all key strategic places in the country. Forty-eight years of dictatorship are over. The dream of socialism awakens. Today Portugal suffers under a dictatorship again – the dictatorship of capital, as countless graffiti on the walls attest. But Portugal has not fully forgotten the dream of freedom, equality and socialism.

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Conscious Parenting

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USEFUL LINKS FOR NEW PARENTS

Giving birth in Portugal Associação Portuguesa pelos Direitos da Mulher na Gravidez e Parto : The association for the rights of women during pregnancy and birth. It promotes respectful and humanized bir... Read More...

CHILDREN IN COMMUNITY

CHILDREN IN COMMUNITY by Dieter Duhm “We know that they come from another state of existence. We will watch them and we will learn from them. We will give them guidance, but we will not make up their ... Read More...

THE SLEEP OF OUR CHILDREN

by Anais - Ideas to ease our family nights - -Sleep-related issues are at the center of family life, especially for the mother as they often start before birth. Nocturnal awakenings during pregnancy, due... Read More...

ATTACHMENT PARENTING

Practical tools of attachment parenting for new parents Attachment parenting is a natural way of relating to babies and children for most of the new generation of conscious parents. But for many people in ... Read More...

Environment

HOW TO LIVE WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY

What is electricity and how can I create it, can be revolutionary thoughts. To be aware of how energy and power is all around in the nature is to bring ourselves into a flow of living energy that we can direct with awareness. Living intentionally with your own energy system can be about integrating personal power.

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45 YEARS AFTER THE CARNATION REVOLUTION – PORTUGAL AS A MODEL FOR NEW SOCIALISM?

On April 25, 1974 left-leaning troops move into Lisbon and take over all key strategic places in the country. Forty-eight years of dictatorship are over. The dream of socialism awakens. Today Portugal suffers under a dictatorship again – the dictatorship of capital, as countless graffiti on the walls attest. But Portugal has not fully forgotten the dream of freedom, equality and socialism.

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