Portugal’s policies to integrate immigrants are seen as a success — DNOTICIAS.PT
The mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) faces in Portugal today that the country’s policies for the integration of immigrants are seen by many as a success, but there are still challenges a.
“Portugal, where integration policies are a success”, said a country where the opening of a conference in which Malta was seen as the opening of a conference in which Malta was seen as the opening of a conference that took place today and is seen as an opening of a migration and integration of an integration and integration process, starting today, in the district of Beja.
According to the only system integrated in the United Nations (UN), “all Portuguese is built to promote the participation of migrants in the decisions that are designed, allowing Portugal to have a [de integração]somehow sustainable”.
However, it was observed that “there are still challenges in Portugal and within the scope of integration” of migrants in Portugal, such as “continue to bet” on integration through learning the Portuguese language and access to health conditions, housing and health conditions in the labor market.
“It is important to continue to invest” in those crucial areas, since “it is a sustainable integration of migrant people not only for the well-being of people, but also nationals and communities that more men and more like societies”, he defended.
Vasco Malta said that Portugal has “very clear and objective legislation” without a scope of integration and defending that “it is important to continue to ensure that this legislation is, in fact, for the entire public administration” and the whole of society.
The official who has a history says “other reasons for the success of migration policies in Portugal”, such as emigration in the country and “some political consensus on immigration”, which are the benefits over the benefits, “not for the totality, but for the most political parties”.
The existence of “inter-ministerial coordination with clear leadership in the integration agenda, Portuguese public opinion does not consider the integration of an opinion “a problem” and migrant associations and municipalities “been part of the solution are other reasons given by Vasco Malta.
According to the official, “Portugal had, for up to four years, a negative migratory balance”, which “stopped in 2018”, at a time of crisis, but, in the meantime, from 2020 onwards, “it started to new flows of and make a more attractive destination for foreigners.
“The stock of migrants in 2020, according to the latest official data, is around 662 thousand people” in Portugal, a number that “has been increasing”, he said, admitting that Portugal, “for the first time”, the ” record” of migrants residing in the country in 2021.
“As it is not yet possible to determine the official data for 2021, I dare to say that we will witness, for the first time, a record of migrants residing in our country”, he stressed.
These cases of compliance on Friday have been one year since a sanitary fence was decreed in two of the highest parishes in Odemira, due to the incidence of covid-19 migrants on farm workers.
The sanitary fence, the county under the media, due to the inhumane conditions in which many red workers, especially temporary workers in agricultural campaigns of vegetable and red fruit companies.