Emigration Report for 2020, prepared by the Directorate General for Consular Affairs and Portuguese Communities (DGACCP), Camões, Institute for Cooperation and Language, I. P., and the Emigration Observatory, with information on the number of citizens leaving the country, the countries of destination of Portuguese emigrants, the socio-economic characterization, including schooling and academic, and geography of Portuguese emigrants.
Book organized by the researchers Cláudia Pereira, Jorge Malheiros and João Peixoto. This book, the first of the series State of Emigration, presents three studies on the new Portuguese emigration, and features the participation of several researchers in the field of emigration.
A book by Andrew Geddes of the Migration Policy Centre which shows how governance systems concerning international migration, through their operation and effects, can shape migration – in its various forms – and the lived experiences of migrants.
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. +
Article by the researchers Maria Lucinda Fonseca, Alina Esteves and Luís Moreno which, using the case of Odemira, makes an analysis of the consequences of foreign investment in agribusiness, for international workers, and in the lifestyle of migrants in a rural location and, highlights the strategies devised by local actors in adapting to the new linguistic and housing demands.
The 2020 edition of International Migration Outlook analyses recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries and some non-member countries, and looks at the evolution of the labour market outcomes of immigrants in OECD countries. It includes a special chapter on the impact of migration on the structural composition of the economy. It also includes country notes and a statistical annex.
Jane Beswick's book addresses issues such as identity, language and integration in Jersey, focusing in particular on the Madeiran Portuguese diaspora.
José Carlos Marques
Article by José Carlos Marques, associate researcher of the Observatory of Emigration, about the emigration and return of Portuguese, to and from Switzerland.
Article by Liliana Azevedo, an associate researcher of the Observatory of Emigration, on Portuguese emigration to Switzerland. +
Article by the researchers from the Emigration Observatory, Rui Pena Pires, Cláudia Pereira, Joana Azevedo, Inês Vidigal and Carlota Moura Veiga, about Portuguese emigration in the 21st century.
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.
Book organized by Elsa Lechner, Graça Capinha and Maria Clara Keating. This book addresses the migratory experience of the Portuguese case as an object of observation, addressing issues such as migration, exile, return and coloniality.
Report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), on the implications of the corona virus for fundamental rights.
Article by researchers José Carlos Marques, Pedro Candeias, Pedro Góis and João Peixoto, from the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ICS-UL), the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra, and the Higher Institute of Economics and Management of the University of Lisbon (ISEG-UL), respectively. This article is part of the Journal of International Migration and Integration.
Article by Dora Sampaio and Russel King on migrations and aging in Azores.
Chapter of the researcher and current Secretary of State for Integration and Migrations, Cláudia Pereira, integrated in the book New and Old Routes of Portuguese Emigration. This recent chapter focuses on the migration of Portuguese nurses – both as emigrants and as immigrants – within the European space.
Chapter of researchers Marco Lisi, Ana Maria Belchior, Manuel Abrantes and Joana Azevedo, included in the book New and old routes of Portuguese emigration. This chapter deals with the theme of participation and political representation of emigrants and the challenges of external voting.
Chapter of the researchers João Peixoto, Pedro Candeias, Bárbara Ferreira, Isabel Tiago de Oliveira, Joana Azevedo, José Carlos Marques, Pedro Góis, Jorge Malheiros, Paulo Miguel Madeira, Aline Schiltz, Alexandra Ferro and Eugénio Santana, in the book New and old routes of Portuguese emigration. This chapter deals with the theme of transnationalism and the return of recent Portuguese emigration, namely the flows that occurred after the turn of the century.
Chapter by Professor Rui Pena Pires in the book New and old routes of Portuguese emigration. In this chapter, it's possible to find all the information about the Portuguese emigration in the present days.
Book by researcher Fabio Scetti, published by PUL Québec, which illustrates the relationship between language, in its practices and representations, and identity within the “Portuguese community” of Montreal.
Article by researcher Cristiana Bastos, published in the journal History and Anthropology, where she analyses the production and reception of a 1923 social monograph on migrant communities in New England.
Chapter authored by the scientific coordinator of the Emigration Observatory (OEm), and by the researcher Ana Filipa Cândido, of the Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology (CIES-Iscte), of Iscte, University Institute of Lisbon, focused on the Portuguese case regarding emigration and development in the European periphery.
Working paper by Hein de Haas, Simona Vezzoli and María Villares-Varela, part of the series produced by the International Migration Institute network. This paper focuses on the issue of the structural increase of extra-EU immigration, challenging the political expectations that the opening of internal borders would reduce extra-EU immigration, in a 60-year, 1950-2010 analysis.
Book published by the researchers of the Emigration Observatory, Cláudia Pereira and Joana Azevedo. This book presents a comparative overview of Portuguese emigration in Europe and outside the EU in times of recession and counts with the participation of several authors and researchers in the areas of migration and political science. +
Article by Daniela Craveiro, Isabel Tiago de Oliveira, Maria Sousa Gomes, Jorge Malheiros, Maria João Guardado Moreira and João Peixoto, of the University of Lisbon and Iscte, University Institute of Lisbon, of the University of Aveiro, of the University of Lisbon, and of the Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco, respectively. This article is part of the Revista Demographic Research.
Paper co-authored by Rui Pena Pires, Cláudia Pereira and Joana Azevedo, researchers from Emigration Observatory (OEm), of the Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology (CIES-Iscte), Iscte, University Institute of Lisbon, focused on Portuguese qualified emigration. This study is part of the national publications on skilled labour emigration in 13 EU countries, edited by the European Commission's European Centre of Expertise (ECE) in the field of labour law, employment and labour market policy.
Chapter by José Carlos Marques and Pedro Góis inserted in the book South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis by Jean-Michel Lafleur and Mikolaj Stanek.
Book by Ana Saraiva, where she examines practices and discourses concerning expressions of domestic architecture in (post)rural space in the last one hundred and fifteen years in Portugal. In her study, the author uses a multifactorial approach, framing areas such as anthropology, architecture and emigration.
Article by Sela Cowger, Jessica Bolter, and Sarah Pierce, published by the Migration Policy Institute, evaluating the measures on migration taken during the first 100 days of the Trump administration.
Article by Irène Pereira on recent Portuguese emigration in France and the socio-ethnic division of labour of this population.
Book organized by João Queirós and Bruno Monteiro, made within the project DRecen dynamics of emigration movements in Northwest Portugal. The case of construction workers, on the Portuguese emigration of construction workers to Spain.
Article by Ruxandra Oana Ciobanu, Tineke Fokkema, Mihaela Nedelcu published in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, on ageing migrant populations in Europe, the strategies of elderly migrants and the implications for public policy in this field.
A book written by 14 authors that presents the biographical paths of Portuguese people who chose to live and work outside Portugal. These are portraits of young women and men who tell the stories of individuals and families, of personal choices and collective flows, of affections and friendships, of successes and failures, of dreams coming to an end and projects starting again.
Book by Ana Cristina Pereira with stories of Portuguese emigration in the last 100 years, published by the Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation.
Memories and stories of exile in a work published by the Association of Portuguese Political Exiles which brings together 22 texts by 22 authors.
Book based on the research project Back to the future. The new emigration and the relationship with Portuguese society (REMIGR), coordinated by João Peixoto, on current Portuguese emigration, taking into account above all the relations that new emigrants maintain with their country of origin.
Book by Cláudia Pereira about the emigration of Portuguese nurses, with the participation of Ana Cláudia Moura, Anne Sthör, João Carvalho, Nuno Pinto, Pedro Pita Barros, Rui Pena Pires and Tiago Correia.
Migration Policy Institute report by David Justino on the volume, factors and impacts of Portuguese emigration since the turn of the century.