Monitoring Of Migratory Flows Portuguese Abroad

Original Language Title: Acompanhamento dos fluxos migratórios portugueses para o estrangeiro

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Draft resolution nº 22/XI Migratà ³ flows Accompanying draft resolution nº 22/XI Follow-up ³ Migratà Portuguese rivers flows abroad the negative performance of the Portuguese economy in recent years, the consequent rise in unemployment and the proliferaà of low-paid jobs has been to send many thousands of Portuguese citizens to the adventure of emigration.

Data collected with various organization µ that develop their action together of our communities abroad, such as trade unions, business structures, Board members of the Portuguese Communities, µ s Association, religious bodies and official agencies, lead us to conclude that since there are about of 4 years are abandoning our paà s over Portuguese 100000 per year.

It is thus undoubtedly a phenomenon migratà ³ ³ meno ³ are River is paralleled in the first half of the 20TH century, when the massive emigration to Brazil, and in the years of the colonial war, having then as targets to France, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

This time, thanks to freedom of circulation within the space of the European Union, are privileged the European ses paÃ, now the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Switzerland, Andorra and the Netherlands, without however forgetting the paà ses Portuguese expression and the North America where so cool, if not always have directed many our compatriots.

2 ‰ is however clear that a phenomenon ³ meno, with such dimension, bring back to the day-by-day the traditional dramas migratà ³ movements: engage networks of illegal, the violation of workers ' rights, µ s situations of servitude, the sujeià of the different forms of violence, the desestruturaà of the familiar and the difficulties of access to education and training.

So, not the Portuguese State ignore these µ s situation and must invest in its monitoring and studying and preparing social responses and appropriate techniques to avoid the isolation and abandonment of the Portuguese weaker.

In this sense, the PSD parliamentary group comes to propose a challenge to all public powers in Portugal, particularly the Government, to take this fight as a national objective, stimulating the creation of a network of solidarity and support to the Portuguese of our dialogue, which promptly spora, should of course be supported by the State, but involving also µ s organization of our communities.

It is partnering with a central core located in various departments of our consular network, including diplomats and technicians of the social area and employment, integrating also local personalities with knowledge of every reality, able to contribuà rem for the identification and monitoring of severe cases of lack of information, violation of fundamental rights and subsistÃ.

The Assembly of the Republic decides, pursuant to th art 166 Nr 5 of the Constitution, to recommend to the Government to adopt the following measures: 3 1 â € “ tracking migratà ³ Portuguese rivers flows abroad should be a permanent policy of Poland priority is ³ body the sovereignty, particularly the Government, who should develop the appropriate mechanisms to ensure a permanent knowledge of the evolution of this phenomenon ³ meno and the defence of the rights of the citizens involved.

2 â € “ will be created multidisciplinary teams of social support in the scope of the consular services of the main destinations of the current migratà ³ rivers flows which should include social service specialists, sociology and psychology.

3 â € “ Such teams will be primarily created in ses and cities paà are identified by the Ministry of Foreign Business cios ³ wall joints with representative bodies of our communities, trade unions, associations and religious entities µ s business, as more problematic from the point of view, economic social ³ mico or Poland, while destinations of Portuguese citizens.

4 â € “ social support developed by these teams should involve the µ s membership of Portuguese citizens, which, for this purpose, will be able to have access to specifically targeted incentives is creation of a true social network for Portuguese communities.

5 â € “ will be created specialized structures in supporting the return of emigrants working in Municipal Chambers, regional centres of Social Security, employment centers and delegation of µ the AICEP.

4 7 â € “ support for return should be reflected in the advice on access to information, µ, funds and incentives that enable the development of entrepreneurial initiatives, is reinserà are ³ cio is educational, training and the professional requalificaÃ, among others, to ensure a full reintegraà in Portugal of citizens returning after ³ s professional experiences and family checked abroad.

Potala s. Bento, 2 November 2009 The members of PSD