There were 18,871 Portuguese who entered the United Kingdom in 2018, according to data from the Department for Work and Pensions. That British agency accounted for a total of 632,670 foreigners in the United Kingdom, with the Portuguese representing 3% of that total. +
With a PhD in anthropology from Brown University, USA, Caroline Brettell also did the Master of Arts. She holds a BA in Latin American Studies from Yale University. In 2009 she was named University Distinguished Professor of Southern Methodist University, USA, where she teaches. She is the director of the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute. Her main research interests are centered on migration, the intersection between anthropology and history, historical demography, gender and transnationalism. Since the 1970’s she has been developing fieldwork among Portuguese emigrants in Canada, France, the USA and in Minho, among their families, in this case to analyze the impacts of emigration in the country of origin. +
Interview with Jorge Malheiros
Jorge Malheiros is a geographer and a researcher at the Center for Geographical Studies of the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Lisbon, where he is also an associate professor, teaching subjects in the field of theory and methodologies of geography, social geography, migration and geopolitics. In addition to other institutional functions, Jorge Malheiros is a Portuguese correspondent of OECD. +
[CONFERENCE] On March 27th, will be held at the Paquete de Oliveira Auditorium, in building I of ISCTE-IUL, the "Undocumented migrants health and access to care in Sweden", starting at 5:00 p.m. On this Meetings on Migratory Experiences, organized by CIES-IUL, CRIA, the Emigration Observatory and the Migra Network, will be discussed the living conditions, access to human rights and mental health of UMs living in Sweden. It will be presented by the Professor of the University of Göteborg, Lena Andersson, and commented by researcher of CIES-IUL, Alejandra Ortiz. +
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