Partner with us We believe in the power of partnership and collective action.

At Migration Matters, we work hand-in-hand with a diverse array of organizations and institutions across sectors with the goal of delivering nuanced, evidence-based insights that cater to various audiences and platforms. By becoming a partner, you're not just joining a project; you're engaging in a movement dedicated to fostering informed dialogue and promoting a deeper understanding of migration issues. We invite you to co-create, co-design, and co-implement impactful projects and initiatives that bridge gaps, complicate preconceptions, and build more empathetic and inclusive communities. Let's collaborate to make a meaningful difference in the global discourse on migration. Explore how your organization can join forces with Migration Matters to empower narratives and actions that contribute to more informed and equitable societies.

Who we work with

We work closely with a wide range of German, European, and international partners in academia, education, civil society, media, and advocacy to bring nuanced and evidence-based content and formats about migration to different audiences and platforms. We are always open to new ideas and welcome inquiries about partnerships, project ideas, and other collaboration opportunities.

Consortium or project partner

We are the ideal communications partner for your consortium working on migration and diversity topics as well as a partner to co-design a production or local project that supports dialogue and nuanced debate. Our experience includes three EU-funded consortia, an international digital storytelling project, Berlin-based initiatives, and in-house designed projects.

Why partner with us

In addition to educational media productions, our project roles can include digital storytelling training, dialogue events such as screenings and workshops, communications and social media, and project management. We hold interdisciplinary expertise in communicating scientific research, target audience definition, narrative change, and blended learning.