As the project developed, it became clear that all cities had a common focus that was on education and young people. In order to build capacity at the local level and provide some hands-on peer to peer coaching, a schedule of local training was organised. Two highly skilled creative educators- Elisa Moreira (high school teacher) and Marina Palacio (artist) went on tour to visit each city and work with teachers, youth workers and community artists. A strength of the Amadora campaign ‘Do Not Feed the Rumour’ was the involvement of schools, teachers and young people, some of whom became anti-rumour agents. Elisa and Marina are two educators who have continued to develop their practice to work around the issues of living peacefully together and confronting discrimination.