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Expatriates, immigrants and refugees in Brazil: trajectories and insertion strategies
Increased levels of international migration have become a significant political issue in many countries in recent years. In the case of Brazil, the immigration law, created in 1980 and still in force, is reminiscent of the ...
Denunciation, crime, and punishment: the cycle of violence in the city of Rio de Janeiro
(2017 LSA Congress, 2017-06-22)
Final paper submitted to the 2017 LSA Congress. The paper is a contribution of FGV/DAPP (Department of Public Policy Analysis, Fundação Getulio Vargas). Violent crime has been a serious problem for the State of Rio de ...
Analysis and evaluation of Brazilian work-led immigration policy guidelines for institutional development in the 21th century
(IIAS (International Institute of Administrative Sciences), 2017)
There is a consistent literature suggesting that migration incentives can be a powerful tool for fostering new technologies and boosting development, softening the demographic transition, and making the labor market more ...
June Journeys in Brazil: from the networks to the streets
This article seeks to analyse the mass protests that ecloded in the main cities in Brazil in June 2013 - the so-called June Journeys -, event which represented an inflection moment in the country's recent political history ...