Presentation of the Migration Outlook 2013 (OECD) in Lisbon, Portugal
(Kommunikation - Portugal - Polnisch) (Inoffizielle Übersetzung)
Anfang 29/10/2013 - 14:30
Ende 29/10/2013 - 18:30
Veranstaltungsort Auditorium of the Luso-American Development Foundation, Rua do Sacramento à Lapa, 21, Lisbon, Portugal
Organisator Centre of Geographical Studies of the University of Lisbon
The OECD presents its annual report “Migration Outlook 2013” on the 29th October in a seminar organized by the Centre of Geographical Studies of the University of Lisbon (CEG-ULisboa) with the title “New international migratory dynamics: Portugal in the context of the OECD countries”. The event is organized in cooperation with the General Directorate of Consular Issues and Portuguese Communities of the Portuguese government (DGACCP) and the High Commission for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue (ACIDI, I.P.).
Professors Maria Lucinda Fonseca (CEG-ULisboa) and João Peixoto (SOCIUS, ISEG, University of Lisbon), two of the most proeminent Portuguese researchers on international migration will deliver presentations on the recent outflows of Portuguese citizens to other countries and inflows of foreign citizens to Portugal. The implementation of national policies in the domains of emigration and immigration will be approached by the General-Director of Consular Issues and Portuguese Communities, Mr. João Maria Cabral, and also by the High Commissioner for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue, Ms. Rosário Farmhouse.
The 2013 report will be presented by Mr. Jean-Christophe Dumond, head of the Division of International Migration of the OECD. Professor Jorge Malheiros (CEG-ULisboa), one of the organizers of this seminar, stressed that in demographic terms, and as far as migration are concerned, Portugal moved in a very short period of time from a country with a positive migratory balance to a situation of migratory deficit.
This free-entrance event will take place in the Luso-American Development Foundation in Lisbon and will be hosted by Mr. Charles Buchanan.
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