Manuel de Azevedo Antunes is graduated in Philosophy (1972), Business Administration (1974) and Social Sciences (1976), PhD in Political Science (2009), with a thesis entitled “The Population Dynamics in the Development of Mozambique”, approved with distinction and honor. Among many of the academic and professional activities in Portugal and abroad, it is worth noting that he was a student at the University of Lisbon (1966-1976) and Paris - Sorbonne - (1976-1978), professor at the University of Lisbon (1975-1992) and Maputo (1979-1987), and Consultant United Nations (1989), in Mozambique. In Guinea-Bissau (1988-1992), he participated as coordinator, methodologist and statistician, in the Demographic and Health Survey, for the Ministry of Health, with support from the World Bank. He is currently Associate Professor and Researcher at the Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies (ULHT). He published dozens of articles in scientific journals and books. He participated in undreds of events abroad and in Portugal. He received a lot of awards and/or honors. He operate in the areas of Social Sciences with an emphasis in Sociology, Political Science and Computer Science and Information.