Communities of Practice Towards Social Change - A journey through the Idea Camp (2014-2017) offers an insight into the concept of the Idea Camp and the communities it has brought together.The project State of Unsettlement is set up as a design-research platform to explore and discuss the political climate and the impact of design in times of Brexit. CECC researcher and Professor Ana Cachola wrote a chapter on the work of artist Binelde Hyrcan for the book 'Atlantica: Contemporary Art from Angola and its Diaspora'.4Cs' scientific co-coordinator, CECC researcher, and Rector of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa Isabel Capeloa Gil has published last year the chapter The Compulsion to be cruel: Contemporary returns in the book Repetition, Recurrence, Returns: How Cultural Renewal Works by Lexington Books. 4Cs' scientific co-coordinator, CECC researcher, and Rector of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa Isabel Capeloa Gil published the chapter "The Global Eye or Foucault Rewired: Security, Control, and Scholarship in the Twenty-first Century" on the book Futures of the Study of Culture, edited by deGruyter.Ângela Ferreira's Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad (2020). The publication is designed by vivoeusébio and co-edited by Luísa Santos and Ana Fabíola Maurício and includes the original poem "Another birth" by Forough Farrokhzad.4Cs' artistic director and scientific co-coordinator, Luísa Santos published the chapter "The Power of Silence: Ahmet Ögüt’s The Silent University (2012–Ongoing)" on the book "Socially Engaged Art History and Beyond Alternative Approaches to the Theory and Practice of Art History". London: Palgrave Macmillan.Politics of Silence is a anthology-book-exhibition about silence, published by the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura (CECC), Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa, edited by Luísa Santos with the editorial assistance of Ana Fabíola Maurício, both as a concept and as a practice which is essential to contemporary visual culture in its relationship with the political.Politics of Silence is a anthology-book-exhibition about silence, published by the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura (CECC), Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa, edited by Luísa Santos with the editorial assistance of Ana Fabíola Maurício, both as a concept and as a practice which is essential to contemporary visual culture in its relationship with the political.Politics of Silence is an anthology-book-exhibition in book format about silence as resistance. Silence is often associated with something passive – that nothing happens. But silence can also be used as a poetic protest and as a resistance against ruling regimes. Get to know more about the book when Luisa Santos and Ana Fabíola Maurício present the book in conversation with Michelle Eistrup at the HANGAR, in Lisbon, on November 17th.The book nanogaleria 2018-2020 will be presented at A Corrente, in Arroios, in Lisbon, on December 20th at 6pm. A series of videos produced by Bigorna - Julia Flamingo and Sofia Saleme.What does mediation mean/do for/in visual and culture studies? This is the question that we asked ourselves throughout the 4Cs, more particularly over the mediation labs and the workshops. In this handbook, we have gathered essays from curators and thinkers as well as the materials produced during the mediation activities of the 4Cs. Composed as much of theories as of practical examples, the handbook aims to provide a critical reflection on the transforming potential of mediation.