HIGHLIGHT
2017-05-23
There were 354 Portuguese who entered Italy in 2015, according to Eurostat data. This European agency accounted for a total of 280,078 foreign admissions in Italy, with the Portuguese accounting for 0.1% of this total. +
PUBLICATION
Between 2008 and 2014, 1,110 trafficked persons were reported in Portugal. About a quarter of the reported trafficked persons are citizens of Portuguese origin. They are mainly men, exploited workers, either within or outside the country. The experience of some actors directly involved in the fight to stem trafficking in human beings (THB) crime leads to a better understanding of the problem. In-depth qualitative studies, besides enhancing the knowledge of the problem, could also support effective prevention and the assistance of trafficked persons. +
INTERVIEW
Interview with Miriam Halpern Pereira
Miriam Halpern Pereira, full Professor of History at ISCTE-IUL, with a Ph.D. in History by the Sorbonne, was also director and founder of the Centro de Estudos em História Social Contemporânea. The theme of Portuguese emigration has been recurrent in her investigation course.+
NEWS
2017-05-23
[PUBLICAÇÃO] Professor of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam and founding member of the International Institute of Migration (IMI), Hein de Haas, published on Der Spiegel, in March 2017, an article on the myths and inaccuracies with regard to migration. +
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