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Author(s): Maria Conceição Ramos
Title: Le Portugal, de l Emigration à l Immigration
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: Portugal, traditionally a country of emigration, has become a country that receives migrants. Theyfirst came from its former colonies, then from the entire world, in particular in recent years fromEastern Europe, a flow that has nothing to do with the Lusitanian world. This new situation has ledto changes in public policies and repercussions on the labour market and the countrysdevelopment. Furthermore, specific emigration flows, largely temporary and seasonal, continue toexist, mainly among intra-European migrations. The transnational networks of Portuguesemigrants, in particular for the migratory circulation within the European space, essentially forlabour purposes, are a concrete reality. This article examines the singularity of Portugal and theprospects for migratory movements, taking into account the Portuguese demographic, institutionaland economic contexts. These international migrations pose many political, cultural, demographicand economic challenges for the country.
Subject: Ciências sociais
Social sciences
Scientific areas: Ciências sociais
Social sciences
Document Type: Artigo em Revista Científica Internacional
Rights: restrictedAccess
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