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Immigration and work, considerations about the challenges in Brazil: bibliographic review of the literature

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David Jean Bart ,
David Jean Bart

Bacharel em Saúde Coletiva pela Universidade Federal de Integração Latino-americana (UNILA), Mestre em Saúde Pública em Região de Fronteira pela Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná (UNIOESTE). Brazil

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Marie Florence Thélusma ,
Marie Florence Thélusma

Universidade Federal de Fluminense (UFF). Brazil

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Abstract

Introduction: Migratory flows towards countries that have more labor supply are not recent. In this sense, the arrival of immigrants in host countries, in many cases, makes this population more susceptible to health risk situations because of work activities, lack of integration with the local population and the immigration process itself. Methods: The study used a bibliographic review of the literature as a method. In this context, integration policies and the recognition of educational training in the country of origin can contribute to improving the living conditions of this population in Brazil. Results: In this context, this study aims to provide a summary of the challenges faced by immigrants in search of improved living conditions. Furthermore, this study contributes to identifying the main challenges facing immigrants recently arrived in Brazil and the difficult process of integration into local society. It is observed that the authors highlight in common that, worldwide, in the different receiving countries, regardless of the social, political, and economic context in which the immigrants find themselves, there is some destructive process that conditions the health-disease process of this population, resulting from the various factors mentioned above. Conclusion: Yet the positive contribution of migration to development is increasingly recognized, and these targeted policies will maximize their benefits in both countries of origin and destination.

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Jean Bart D, Thélusma F. Immigration and work, considerations about the challenges in Brazil: bibliographic review of the literature. Community and Interculturality in Dialogue [Internet]. 2024 Mar. 25 [cited 2024 Apr. 13];4:128. Available from: https://cid.saludcyt.ar/index.php/cid/article/view/128

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