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Observatory of migrations in São Paulo: internal and international migrations in contemporary State of São Paulo

Grant number: 14/04850-1
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: October 01, 2014 - September 30, 2018
Field of knowledge:Applied Social Sciences - Demography - Spatial Distribution
Principal Investigator:Rosana Aparecida Baeninger
Grantee:Rosana Aparecida Baeninger
Home Institution: Núcleo de Estudos da População (NEPO). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Co-Principal Investigators:Álvaro de Oliveira D'Antona ; Jurandir Zullo Junior
Assoc. researchers: Carlos Raul Etulain ; Eduardo José Marandola Junior ; José Maurício Paiva Andion Arruti ; Julia Bertino Moreira ; Jurandir Zullo Junior ; Luciana Correia Alves ; Luis Renato Vedovato ; Marta Maria Do Amaral Azevedo ; Nelson Antonio Simão Gimenes ; Roberta Guimaraes Peres ; Szilvia Simai Miareli Mesquita ; Tirza Aidar ; Vandre Gomes da Silva
Associated scholarship(s):18/14334-1 - Refugee migrants in light of the debate on agency, political participation and practices of resistance, BE.PQ
17/13731-4 - To be Indian between the village and the metropolis: study on indigenous cosmopolitics and mobility, territory and population (Pankararu, Sao Paulo, Brazil), BE.PQ
18/00425-5 - Observatory of migration in São Paulo, BP.TT
+ associated scholarships 16/24641-3 - Population spatial mobility and sprawled urbanization: Daily life regionalization in the urban agglomeration of Piracicaba-SP, BP.MS
16/03629-5 - Technology and gender in immigration process to Canada, BP.DR
15/16270-2 - Observatory of Migrations in São Paulo (internal and international migrations in contemporary State of São Paulo) - Post-Doctor project: spatial demographic analyses for the state of São Paulo, BP.PD - associated scholarships


The proposal now being forwarded continues the Observatory of Migration in São Paulo (Population Studies Center -NEPO- UNICAMP), with support from FAPESP (process number 2009/06502-2, 2009-2013. In this second phase of the research, the issue of Observatory of Migration in São Paulo emerges from the need to deepen the theoretical, methodological and empirical knowledge about the specific settings and that internal and international migration processes take on different areas of the state territory in "age of Mobility". The main objective of this project is to understand and analyze the changes in the national and international migration processes migration to, from and in the State of São Paulo from diverse migratory arrangements. In this sense, focusing on the state context of internal and international migration strongly involves the interior regions of São Paulo and cities, to understanding the social reproduction of socio-spatial, economic, urban, demographic and migratory contingents dynamics. In an inter-institutional and interdisciplinary perspective, incorporate researchers from various academic backgrounds that dialogue with the migratory phenomenon. From the point of view of institutional - academic skills, merges São Paulo researchers from different institutions of higher education and research in the State of São Paulo ( Campinas - NEPO / CEPAGRI / IFCH / FCA ) , UFABC , Carlos Chagas Foundation, the Museum of Coffee and Museum Immigration). Search gathering and analyzing the resulting migration modalities of the new logics of migration and its settings in the contemporary social formation of São Paulo. (AU)

Matéria(s) publicada(s) na Agência FAPESP sobre o auxílio:
Immigrants seeking asylum have increased by factor of 34 since start of decade 
Immigration of skilled workers to São Paulo, Brazil, has increased in recent years 
Articles published in Pesquisa FAPESP Magazine about the research grant:
The roots of resistance 
Articles published in other media outlets (2 total):
UNICAMP - Universidade Estadual de Campinas: Novo livro de pesquisadores do Nepo/NEPP discute migrações de trabalhadores do campo (13/Nov/2019)
W Rádio Brasil: População e cidades: subsídios para o planejamento local e regional (11/Nov/2019)