(after Brexit)

    We've teamed up with the London School of Economics to bring you the most original ideas and findings on the connection between migration and our notions of freedom, borders, social integration, as well as the impact of immigration on cities and the economy.


    Sign up for our short video series and find out if these ideas are impossible after all.

    Upcoming video series with Nassim Majidi


    We'll talk about migration from the perspective of the migrant: deportations, smuggling, border crossings, and their rights and motivations.


    Future funding


    We are happy to announce we've just received support from Advocate Europe,

    an annual idea challenge for European initiatives funded by Stiftung Mercator.


    This will enable us to launch another video series this autumn!

  • “Alice laughed. 'There's no use trying,' she said. 'One can't believe impossible things.'

    I daresay you haven't had much practice,' said the Queen. 'When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”


    Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

  • LSE's Dominik Hangartner on lengthy asylum processes and their effects on employment chances

    Uncle Tom has

    something to say about Europe's refugee


    Your migration concerns: our survey on the streets of Berlin

    Watch our crowdfunding video where we

    explain the vision behind

    Migration Matters

  • Thanks to our supporters:

    First of all, we want to thank our patron Gijsbert Oonk and 56 other amazing people who contributed to our donations drive.


    Our project would not be possible without Katy Long, Jonathan Hughes, Susie Symes, Julian Van Dieken, Bernadette Klausberger, Yermi Brenner, Robert Westermann, Matthieu Tanguay-Carel, Justin Wright and Juri Gottschau - thank you for your contributions!


    Thanks to brilliant Typerform for powering our surveys.

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