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Brazil´s Migration Governance: Hidden Actors, the New Law and the 2018 Presidential Elections

By on February 19, 2018
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By Diego Acosta, Marcia Vera Espinoza and Leiza Brumat   Brazil, the largest country in Latin America and the ninth largest economy in the world, has begun 2018 with a good deal of political uncertainty. Following his conviction for corruption, now being appealed, former President Lula da Silva – a well-known advocate of migrant’s rights […]

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Brazil’s new migration law: a huge step forward for migrant rights protection

By on December 9, 2016

by Diego Acosta This week (6 December) the Brazilian Congress voted by a majority of more than 70% in favour of the adoption of a new migration law. This law will replace the present framework adopted in 1980 during the military dictatorship (though it will only come into force after ratification by the Senate and […]

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