We invite you to explore this showcase of the short, educational videos we produce on topics related to migration, diversity, and belonging. All are available free to the public!
Some of our videos are packaged as courses, in which video material is supplemented by learning activities, resources, and discussion via email or an external platform. Others serve as a stand-alone video series, to be watched with a cup of coffee in hand.
Read the short descriptions below and follow the links to find out more!
Interested in partnering with us for a workshop, a screening, or a new production? Visit our partnership page or write to us at team(at)migrationmatters.me.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Migration Matters’ work is one expression of how technology and the arts can be put to the service of critical social thinking. They touch the heart of the debate and help us all rethink our assumptions and values.
Migration Matters is a powerful tool in the everyday work of volunteers, refugee activists and anyone who easily gets into discussions on migration topics around the dinner table. Armed with facts, empathetic and humanistically-minded people do a better job at tackling both cynicism and misconceptions.
The Migration Matters videos were inspiring and helped trigger interesting discussions on media coverage in our virtual programme for refugees and non-refugees. We look forward to further collaboration.
People are afraid of the unknown. And anything that can be done that can increase the level of information in our society will really help.