Different topics to the project

Integration Policy of Tomorrow

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Breaking New Ground: Ten Ideas to Revamp Integration Policy in Europe

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Doing More With Less: A New Toolkit for Integration Policy

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In Search of Common Values amid Large-Scale Immigrant Integration Pressures

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Jobs in 2028: How Will Changing Labour Markets Affect Immigrant Integration In Europe?

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Tech Jobs For Refugees: Assessing The Potential of Coding Schools For Refugee Integration In Germany

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Designing Civic Education For Diverse Societies: Models, Tradeoffs, And Outcomes,

Civic education in Europe is being asked to perform a patchwork of shifting, and occasionally competing, functions....

Applying Behavioral Insights To Support Immigrant Integration And Social Cohesion

The MPI Europe-BIT report investigates whether similar approaches could be used by integration policymakers....

Mainstreaming 2.0 – How Europe’s Education System Can Boost Migrant Inclusion

Children who arrive in Europe as immigrants or who have immigrant parents face a variety of barriers to success in...

In brief

About the project

The Integration Futures Working Group is working to develop a fresh agenda for integration policy in Europe by bringing together senior integration policymakers and experts, civil-society officials, and private-sector leaders to create a platform for long-term strategic and creative thinking.

Through quarterly meetings and a forward-thinking program of original research, the working group aims to forge new connections between classic integration issues (such as employment and integration), broader social issues (such as the rise of populism and the role of the media), and emerging fields (such as social innovation and behavioral insights).

Contact persons

Raphaela Schweiger
Senior Project Manager
Tel+49 711 46084-678
e-mail to Raphaela Schweiger
Ana Bojadjievska
Senior Project Manager
Tel+49 711 46084-790
e-mail to Ana Bojadjievska