According to data from the Andorra Department of Statistics, 434 Portuguese entered Andorra in 2019. This agency accounted for a total of 3,777 foreigners entering the country, with the Portuguese accounting for 11.5% of immigration in that year. +
Brazil is the country with the largest and oldest tradition of Portuguese emigration, although in regression since the 1960s. After a century beginning around 500 entries per year, in 2010 Brazil became more attractive to the Portuguese, with an increase of 93% over the previous year. +
Interview with Rob McNeil
Rob McNeil is a Researcher for COMPAS examining the social environments from which news stories and narratives about migration and migrants emerge; how media debate affects migration policy decisions (and vice versa); and how information gaps affect the way these issues are discussed. He lectures on migration and the media for the MSc in Migration Studies. +
Article by researchers Pedro Góis and José Carlos Marques, from the Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, and the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, respectively. This article is part of the Ethnic and Racial Studies Journal. +

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