SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS, RECEPTION AND DECENT WORK OF THE MIGRANT IN BRAZIL
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, through the accomplishment of its goals, is a global challenge that aims to reduce national and international inequalities. This article aims to analyze the reception and decent work of immigrants in Brazil and the Sustainable Development Goals n. 8 and 10, goals 8.5, 8.8 and 10.7, as well as the new Brazilian Migration Law, which innovates when treating the immigrant as a subject of human rights, corroborating the goals and enabling the implementation of public policies aiming at better living conditions for the immigrant who is in national territory. The research is qualitative with a deductive method. Regarding the objectives, it has an exploratory, descriptive and bibliographic character. As for the means, it will be done by bibliographic and documentary survey, with analysis of the relevant legislation. It concludes that Brazil is advancing in relation to migration policy, but there is still a long way to reach the proposed goals of the 2030 Agenda for the transformation of the Brazilian reality through the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
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