20 July 2021
There were 550 Portuguese who entered Canada in 2020, according to data from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The official statistics department accounted for a total of 184,590 entries of foreigners in Canadian territory in that year, with the Portuguese accounting for 0.3% of this total. +
Analysis of a long statistical series on births in Spain of mothers of foreign nationality. The series, which is annual, begins in 1996 and ends 23 years later, in 2019. The analysis of the series makes it possible to identify the evolution of births in Spanish territory of mothers of Portuguese nationality and their relationship with the evolution of births in Spain in general. Throughout the series, this evolution is marked by the greater weight in the births of African and American origin from foreign mothers, while there is a decline of European origins. +
Interview with Giuseppe Formato
Giuseppe Formato is a Senior Lecturer at Lesley University (USA), where he teaches Portuguese, Italian and Cinema. In 2018, he obtained his PhD in Educational Studies: Adult Learning and Development with a thesis on The Impact of Language Variety and Motivation on Language Acquisition in Adult Heritage Learners of Portuguese. +
[PUBLICATION] Report prepared by the International Organization for Migration and the Migration Policy Institute containing a comprehensive and unprecedented analysis of the travel and border closure measures that governments around the world implemented during 2020. +

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