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L'émigration vénézuélienne dans le monde : étude de cas de l'Espagne. Histoire migratoire, spatialité et logique diasporique

Abstract : On 23 January 2019, Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as the interim legitimate president of Venezuela had a global impact and fuelled hope for change in a country in the midst of an economic, humanitarian and social crisis. However, five months after this event, the political situation has not changed, unlike the daily lives of Venezuelans, which are getting worse. The emigration of this population is therefore a response to these imbalances, which is becoming an important phenomenon affecting several dozen countries around the world. While the first Venezuelan emigrants appeared in the 1990s, the evolution was constant but sporadic until the 2010s before really intensifying since 2015, the year in which the country's economic collapse began. Today, the 3 million emigrants mark has been reached in 90 different countries. Consequently, the question of the organization and structuring of these flows is legitimate. Can we currently talk about a Venezuelan diaspora ?
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Thibault Defrance. L'émigration vénézuélienne dans le monde : étude de cas de l'Espagne. Histoire migratoire, spatialité et logique diasporique. Géographie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02500080⟩

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