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"You are welcome in Portugal”: Conviction and convenience in framing today’s Portuguese politics on European burden sharing of refugees
1 January, 2017
Historically-speaking, Portugal is a country that has received a very small number of applications from asylum seekers and resettled refugees.
Policy, Humanitarian assistance, Human Rights, Politics
16 February, 2012
Health services in Europe face the challenge of delivering care to a heterogeneous group of irregular migrants (IM).
Irregular migration, Qualitative method, Healthcare, Accessibility
Europe at their feet? Free circulation, economic crisis and exit strategies of recent Portuguese emigrants to the European Union
Abstract: One of the rationales of the free circulation of people within the European Union (EU) is the enabling of a larger and more efficient labour market, where workers can move according to e
Push-pull factors, Integration, Drivers, Country links
Chapters include: Southern Europe in the Changing Global Map of Migration; The Participation of Immigrants in the Underground Economy in Italy; Migration and Unregistered Labour in the Greek Econom
Economy, Migration trends
The human tragedy of migration has become a regular feature of those southern European countries with accessible coastlines (Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus), inhospitable illegal border c
Migrants death, Policy, Asylum, Economy, Xenophobia, Integration