The first PriMob panel took place within the 2020 IMISCOE Spring Conference in Lisbon. The conference was entitled ‘Moving, living, investing and surviving: housing and migrations in uncertain times’ and brought together nearly one hundred scholars working on the intersection of migration and housing issues.
Six PriMob members presented their papers on the second day of the conference, February 7.
Lifestyle Migration, Coloniality, and Global Real Estate Extractivism
Irene Rodrigues, Fátima Amante and Sofia Gaspar
Real Estate Investment and Lifestyle migration: comparing Chinese
and Brazilian Golden Visa Investors in Portugal
Meghann Ormond, Chee Han Lim
Assessing the impacts of international medical travel on local
healthcare resource access in Penang, Malaysia
Nilcelene Biasutti, Alina Esteves, Jennifer McGarrigle
Global South-North Lifestyle Migration: Brazilian Retirement
Migrants in Portugal
New pathways for migrant entrepreneurship: a pilot study with
coffee shop owners in Lisbon
Here you can watch a video about the conference (with English subtitles), in which Jennifer McGarrigle talks about PriMob: