Education and Experiences of Portuguese People in Britain
This site makes available Dr Guida de Abreu’s publications on the Education and Experiences of Portuguese people in Britain. Prior to moving to Oxford Brookes, Dr Guida de Abreu was the Head of the Center for Psychology & Culture at Luton University, where she directed the largest programme to date on the education of Portuguese children and adolescents in England and the Channel Islands. Following the links below you can access reports and papers related to this research program:
- "The Education of Portuguese students in England and Channel Islands schools" , final report, by Guida de Abreu and Hannah Lambert, of a three year research project commissioned by Department of Basic Education - Portuguese Government, to the Department of Psychology, University of Luton, England.
- “The Education of Portuguese Children in Britain: Insights from Research and Practice in England and Overseas”, book edited by Guida de Abreu, Tony Cline and Hannah Lambert, based on the proceedings of a working conference sponsored by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the Department of Basic Education, Portuguese Government
- "Life trajectories of women in the Portuguese community in England" – final report written in Portuguese and publications in English of a study conducted by Maria Amelia Estrela in collaboration with Guida de Abreu. The study was sponsored by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the Department of Basic Education, Portuguese Government.
Dr Guida de Abreu, School of Social Sciences and Law, Psychology Department, Oxford Brookes University,Gipsy Lane, OX3 0BP, Oxford. E-mail gabreu at brookes.ac.uk.