- characterize the perceptions on the economic impact of unequal sharing of unpaid work and divorce in the lives of immigrant women and men living in Portugal. In partnership with non-governmental agencies and universities, the research will focus on immigrant women and men from Brazilian, Cape Verde and Eastern Europe living in Portugal.
- analyze its effects from the point of view of the conciliation of professional, personal and family life.
This project if financed by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area - EEA Grants, being the Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality (CIG) the entity operating the project.
The project promoter is the Institute for Social and Political Sciences (ISCSP-ULisboa) and the Interdisciplinary Center for Gender Studies (CIEG - ISCSP-ULisboa) in partnership with The University Institute of Maia (ISMAI), Association Plano I, Open University, CEMRI, Red Cross, SOS Racismo and Odalnaeringshage.
This session took place on 18 January and had the participation of the Secretary of State for Citizenship and Equality, Rosa Monteiro, the President of the Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality, Sandra Ribeiro, the EEA Grants Focal Point Coordinator, Susana Ramos, Project Coordinator Intersecting Inequalities, Vera Fonseca and Ellen Aabø, Chargé d'Affaires of the Norwegian Embassy in Portugal.