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Participatory Budget Cascais- Slide Presentation

May 13, 2017

  Slide presentation showing the different stages of the process. This slide presentation was arranged by IWP president Sonia Ribeiro.          …
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Participatory Budget Cascais

May 10, 2017 | Text: Manuela Nolasco Lamers Photos:

The Cascais Municipal Council (CMC) is calling for input from interested parties in respect of its 2017 Participatory Budget (Orçamento Participativo/OP). Every year the CMC…
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Cascais Pub Quiz raises money for IWP charity

April 25, 2017 | Text: Manuela and Hans Lamers Photos: Manuela Nolasco Lamers

The enthusiasm and interaction on the night more than made up for the smaller than usual turnout. Hopefully regular quiz goers will have come back…
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International Women in Portugal book readings

April 25, 2017 | Text: Caroline Will Photos: Caroline Will

Thursday morning 20th April saw a select representation of IWP members convene at Cascais Municipal Library for book readings by member-authors Patricia Pimental & Virginia…
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Presentation on the British Cemetery in Elvas

April 2, 2017 | Text: Manuela Nolasco Lamers, Jackie Kennard Photos:

IWP Writers Corner readers may remember three very interesting articles that Jackie Kennard wrote for IWP on a subject close to her heart. They were:…
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Captain Conway Shipley, Royal Navy – The Project to Restore the Monument

March 23, 2017 | Text: Jackie Kennard Photos: Jackie Kennard

As my husband and I had both served in the Royal Navy for many years we instinctively felt a duty to try and raise awareness…
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Monument to Captain Conway Shipley

March 23, 2017 | Text: Jackie Kennard Photos: Jackie Kennard

The monument, known locally as the Monument to the “Inglês Morto” (Dead Englishman) is dedicated by his fellow officers to Captain Conway Shipley, Royal Navy,…
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IWP Women of Lisbon Tour

March 13, 2017 | Text: Caroline Will Photos: Caroline Will

Did you know that 8th March was International Women’s Day (not 9th March as I heard on the radio, justified because women took so long…
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