Advocate Europe Idea Challenge
Migration Media Award
Alternative Media Award
MEDEA Award

We produce short, educational videos on topics related to migration and diversity to encourage more evidence-based debate and reflection. We start with big questions, locate the most credible sources of information and new perspectives on these questions, and package these in an accessible way. All the while, we strive to preserve nuance and respect complexity.

Our videos appear online: on YouTube, on Facebook, on e-learning platforms, on the websites of organizations who wish to showcase our work, and even right here – on this website! Our videos also appear offline: in workshops, trainings, and screenings organized by external organizations or by us. Explore our website to learn more.

OUR FEATURED COURSES

Rethink Nationalism

The debate surrounding nationalism often grabs hold of the right to belong and to exclude, particularly in Europe. This 12-part series explores this topic as part of an interactive open online course within the Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange project.

Rethink… Our Best-Of Series

We’ve remixed some of our most popular clips and voices on topics such as smuggling, borders, German identity, and multiculturalism, adding a bit of moderation for a new take on old favorites.

Rethinking ‘Us’ & ‘Them’

Increased diversity in Europe is a problem for some, a cause for celebration for others, and a lived reality for many. This course offers nuanced and evidence-based insights on integration and identity.

Migration 101 with Hein de Haas

Is migration as big a deal as we make it out to be? In this course, we take a look at some of the most commonly-held preconceptions about migration with acclaimed academic Hein de Haas.

A Migrant’s View with Nassim Majidi

This course gives you 8 key insights into migration that come from the largely overlooked perspectives of migrants. Delivered by origin country expert Nassim Majidi.

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Six Impossible Ideas (after Brexit)

We’ve teamed up with the London School of Economics (LSE) to bring you the most original ideas and findings on migration after Brexit.

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