2021
DOI: 10.1590/2236-9996.2021-5111
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Ação direta, luta institucional, construção democrática: aprendendo com os movimentos de sem-teto

Abstract: Resumo Qual o papel da participação social junto ao Estado na produção das cidades no Brasil contemporâneo? Neste artigo, discutimos as práticas de movimentos sociais urbanos que utilizam a luta institucional como forma de combater a (re)produção da desigualdade urbana. Especificamente, estudamos o caso dos movimentos de sem-teto do Centro de São Paulo e sua relação com o Estado na luta pelo direito à moradia. A prática desses movimentos mostra que a atuação crítica junto ao Estado, ainda que possua limites, é… Show more

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“…When faced with institutional limitations regarding official participatory processes (invited spaces, as defined by Miraftab (2004)), these communities begin to constitute their own invented spaces for the production of the city, acting simultaneously through direct action and institutional struggle (Bois and Milagres 2021). Thus, the forgotten city is also being planned, now by these actors, and regularization, like so many other urban agendas, starts to be contemplated by those who live and know the informal suas potencialidades e desafios, especificamente no território do Bom Jardim.…”
Section: Conclusiónmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When faced with institutional limitations regarding official participatory processes (invited spaces, as defined by Miraftab (2004)), these communities begin to constitute their own invented spaces for the production of the city, acting simultaneously through direct action and institutional struggle (Bois and Milagres 2021). Thus, the forgotten city is also being planned, now by these actors, and regularization, like so many other urban agendas, starts to be contemplated by those who live and know the informal suas potencialidades e desafios, especificamente no território do Bom Jardim.…”
Section: Conclusiónmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…5 On the one hand, it can be argued that this is a sign of deterioration in urban democratic management at the national level, which started with the departure of Olívio Dutra from the Ministry of Cities in 2005. On the other hand, on a more theoretical level, some Brazilian authors have pointed to the limits and paradoxes of participation in urban policies, even in democratic political contexts (ie Kapp and Baltazar 2012;Bassul 2010;Bois and Milagres 2021).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The participatory tools, aimed at democratizing the urban development decision-making process, were originally part of the political agenda of progressive sectors of Brazilian society, but little by little the conservative sectors moved from critiquing towards defending them and even promoting initiatives of popular participation. Bois andMilagres (2021 based on Dagnino, 2004) identify a kind of perverse confluence between the interests of "sectors linked to the democratic project" and those "connected to the neoliberal project," in the sense that both claim to reduce the centrality of the State in the decisionmaking process. Bassul's (2010) pioneering study corroborates this thesis by revealing the change in attitude of some actors linked to the Brazilian real estate industry during the development process of the City Statute in the post-Constitution period.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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