Publications

People’s Palace Projects is a research centre based at Queen Mary, University of London, and is committed to advancing the practice and understanding of art as a form  of social action. Recent publications about areas of our work are included below.

Far Apart but Close at Heart Report

Far Apart but Close at Heart Report

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Cultural Routes, Registers and Resistance in Rio de Janeiro

Cultural Routes, Registers and Resistance in Rio de Janeiro

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Dignity and Resistance

Dignity and Resistance

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Heart Beat

Heart Beat

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Building the Barricades Reports

Building the Barricades Reports

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1st Brazil Indigenous Film Festival UK Catalogue

1st Brazil Indigenous Film Festival UK Catalogue

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Indigenous Research Methods Publication

Indigenous Research Methods Publication

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Beyond Exchange Final Report

Beyond Exchange Final Report

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The Yawalapiti: Culture, sustainability and resilience in a woman’s song

The Yawalapiti: Culture, sustainability and resilience in a woman’s song

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PPP Black Lives Matter Follow Up Plan

PPP Black Lives Matter Follow Up Plan

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Casa Rio Report 2019

Casa Rio Report 2019

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The Sacred Cave of Kamukuwaká Book

The Sacred Cave of Kamukuwaká Book

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Xingu Village Installation – an evaluation by Chrissie Tiller

Xingu Village Installation – an evaluation by Chrissie Tiller

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SCAR installation (VAWG project) – an evaluation by Chrissie Tiller

SCAR installation (VAWG project) – an evaluation by Chrissie Tiller

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Someone to Watch Over Me Executive Summary

Someone to Watch Over Me Executive Summary

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TACE – A Arte do Intercâmbio Cultural

TACE – A Arte do Intercâmbio Cultural

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Short report: Violence Against Women and Girls in Favela da Maré, Rio de Janeiro

Short report: Violence Against Women and Girls in Favela da Maré, Rio de Janeiro

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We can’t fight in the dark : Violence against Brazilian women and girls in London

We can’t fight in the dark : Violence against Brazilian women and girls in London

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Scene Change – Final project report

Scene Change – Final project report

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The Brazilian Army Occupation of Maré

The Brazilian Army Occupation of Maré

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A Ocupação da Maré pelo Exército Brasileiro

A Ocupação da Maré pelo Exército Brasileiro

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PPP + Transform report 2012-2016

PPP + Transform report 2012-2016

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Creative Lab

Creative Lab

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The Point of Culture – Brazil turned upside down

The Point of Culture – Brazil turned upside down

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With One Voice Phase 3 report 2016

With One Voice Phase 3 report 2016

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The Agency report 2015

The Agency report 2015

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Discovering Shakespeare in the classroom

Discovering Shakespeare in the classroom

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Rio Occupation London Catalogue

Rio Occupation London Catalogue

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Favela to the World: Knowledge Transfer Fellowship Evaluation Report

Favela to the World: Knowledge Transfer Fellowship Evaluation Report

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Encounters Beyond Text: Art Transforming Lives

Encounters Beyond Text: Art Transforming Lives

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Intense dreams: Reflections on Brazilian culture and performance

Intense dreams: Reflections on Brazilian culture and performance

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From The Favela to Our Manor

From The Favela to Our Manor

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PPP Bulletin issue 4: ‘In tune with the beat of where they are’: the AfroReggae UK Partnership in 2007

PPP Bulletin issue 4: ‘In tune with the beat of where they are’: the AfroReggae UK Partnership in 2007

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PPP Bulletin issue 3: Changing the Scene

PPP Bulletin issue 3: Changing the Scene

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PPP Bulletin issue 2: Staging Human Rights

PPP Bulletin issue 2: Staging Human Rights

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PPP Bulletin issue 1: Youth and Police

PPP Bulletin issue 1: Youth and Police

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