Migration is typically portrayed as either ‘good’ or ‘bad’. In reality, migration raises complex questions that go beyond a pro or con framework. How we navigate this topic politically, structurally, and emotionally will have consequences for the future of our societies.
Inclusive societies are only possible if host communities are informed about the issues and exposed to a range of voices. Since 2016, we’ve been making research, original perspectives, and migrant and refugee voices accessible and engaging to support host societies in having more nuanced and evidence-based conversations about migration, belonging, and diversity. Ultimately, our aim is to combat discrimination and polarization and help foster inclusive, resilient, and socially cohesive communities.
At the nexus of education, media, and civil society, we work in the following three areas.