In 2019, 705 Portuguese entered Brazil, according to data from the Brazilian Ministry of Justice and Public Security. This ministry accounted for a total of 31,297 foreigners entering Brazil, with the Portuguese accounting for 2.3% of this total. +
Analysis of a long statistical series on births in France of mothers of foreign origin. The series, which is annual, begins in 1977 and ends 41 years later, in 2018. The analysis of the series makes it possible to identify the decline of births in French territory of mothers of Portuguese origin and their relationship with the evolution of births in France in general. This evolution is marked by the great weight of births of African origin of foreign mothers throughout the series, while there is a progressive decline of European origins. +
Interview with Sharvari Karandikar
Sharvari Karandikar began her career practicing as a social worker for sex workers and victims of sex trafficking in Mumbai, India. +
[WEBMINAR] On 16 December, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., a webinar will be held on statistical indicators of emigration, organised by the Observatory of Emigration. This webinar is aimed at journalists, researchers, students and decision-makers whose work is linked to Portuguese emigration data and its dissemination. +

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