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Nancy Curado Tolentino

 
Personal Data Name: Nancy Curado Tolentino
Email: nancytolentas@yahoo.com
Academic Degrees Master in Development and International Cooperation, 2010. Dissertation: “International migration and development policies in countries of origin: the case of Cape Verde”. Universidade de Lisboa (University of Lisbon), ISEG, Lisbon, Portugal.

Bachelor in Business Administration, 2002. University of São Paulo, FEA, São Paulo, Brazil
Current Professional Activity Senior Programme Advisor, European Centre for Electoral Support in Belgium (since Jan. 2020), within the section Programmes and Resources Mobilization, seeks to support and ensure the quality of ECES programmes while developing new project opportunities.
Domains of Research International migration;
Development and Migration (M&D) nexus;
Development policies (M&D nexus embedded);
Remittances;
Development in Africa
Relevant Publications Tolentino N. & Rocha C. & Tolentino C. & Peixoto J. (2011). Migration, remittances and development in Africa: the case of Portuguese speaking countries. Peixoto and Fernandes (org.). Migration in Lusophone countries, International Journal in Portuguese Language, Association of Portuguese Language Universities, RILP nº24_2011, Lisbon.

Tolentino N. & Peixoto J. (2011). Migration, remittances and development in Africa: the case of Lusophone countries. Africa Caribbean Pacific Observatory on Migration, Background Note nº03, Brussels.

Peixoto, J. (Coord.) & Marçalo C. & Tolentino N. (2011), Immigrants and social security in Portugal. High Commission on Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue, SOCIUS, Lisbon.

Tolentino N. (2009). Migration, remittances and development: the African case. Universidade de Lisboa, ISEG, SOCIUS WP_09/2009, Lisbon.

Tolentino, A. & Rocha C. & Tolentino N. (2008). The importance and impact of remittances from Cape-verdean immigrants in Portugal in the development of Cape Verde. Immigration Observatory, High Commission on Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue, Lisbon

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