O Estado do Tempo é uma iniciativa d’O Espaço do Tempo que compreende a realização de uma série de conversas e a publicação de uma coleção de zines sobre diversos assuntos do nosso tempo.

O Estado do Tempo is an initiative by O Espaço do Tempo that involves a series of open talks and the publishing of a collection of zines about various topics of our time. 

Each talk will have a theme that will be discussed by invited people, and the participation of all present audience will also be appreciated and desirable. From each one of these talks, which will happen in different places in Montemor-o-Novo, there will be a publication that will bring together photographies, transcriptions, texts and original graphic creations. 

The second talk will happen on June 29th at 4pm, at the Biblioteca Almeida Faria, where we will talk about Journalism: Freedom and Independence. 

For this talk, we will count with the presence of: 

  • • António Baião (A Batalha, editor and investigator);
  • • Daniel Oliveira (Journalist and commentator from Expresso and SIC Notícias)
  • • Paula Cardoso (Founder of the Afrolink network);
  • • Sandra Coelho (Journalist of Mapa);
  • • Sofia da Palma Rodrigues (Journalist of the Divergente magazine).

Moderation by Bernardo Mendonça (Journalist and author of the podcast A Beleza das Pequenas Coisas)

29 June, 16h00

Biblioteca Municipal Almeida Faria view map

› All talks of O Estado do Tempo will have a photographer present.
› There will also be an audio recording that will be transcripted and used for the zines.
› The entire conversation between speakers will be in Portuguese.

Free entry upon reservation via text to [+351] 913 699 891 or to info[a]




Artistic Direction
Pedro Barreiro

Editorial Coordination
Rafa Jacinto 

Graphic Design and Object
Rodrigo Pedreira

Publication and dissemination
O Espaço do Tempo


#2 Journalism: Freedom and Independence

Pedro Barreiro, Rafa Jacinto

António Baião, Daniel Oliveira, Paula Cardoso and Sofia da Palma Rodrigues

Bernardo Mendonça

Carolina Lecoq

Biblioteca Almeida Faria / Município de Montemor-o-Novo

António Baião helps with the newspaper A Batatalha and is co-editor of Bestiário. He collaborated with the publishers Chili Com Carne, Letra Livre and Falas Afrikanas. He's a Guest Professor of the University of Minho, where he teaches Political Philosophy, History of Political and Social Ideas and Modern Philosophy, and is also a researcher at the Center for Ethics, Politics and Society, dedicating himself to the analysis of contemporary anarchist discourses.

Daniel Oliveira began as a journalist in 1989, having worked for Século, Dário de Lisboa, Já, Vida Mundial and Diário Económico. He's joined six different programs for the channel RTP as a journalist, editor and author. In 1998, he won the Gazeta revelation award, from the Journalists Club. He has a column on Expresso, participates in the programs "Eixo do Mal" and "Sem Moderação" on SIC Notícias, and does an interview podcast called "Perguntar Não Ofende", on Expresso.

Paula Cardoso is the founder of digital network Afrolink, and also the author of the children's books "Força Africana", projects developed to promote a 

Paula Cardoso is the founder of the digital network "Afrolink", she is also the author of the children's book brand "Força Africana", both projects aimed at promoting greater Black representation. With the same purpose, she co-created "O Tal Podcast", hosts the TV program "Rumos", and writes the column "Entre Meadas" in the Diário de Notícias, in addition to
contributing an opinion piece to "Gerador". She is also a member of the Fórum dos Cidadãos and serves as an Ambassador for the European Climate Pact. She was born in Mozambique and graduated in International Relations.

Sandra Coelho is a sociologist and belongs to the editorial collective Mapa

Sofia da Palma Rodrigues is the author of several big investigative features that straddle the worlds of journalism, documentary and academia. In 2014, she co-founded DIVERGENTE, a digital magazine of narrative journalism that tries new approaches to present journalistic stories.

O Estado do Tempo #2