The non-profit think-and-do tank More in Common works and conducts research in five country teams in Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Poland, and the United States. In Germany, the organization has garnered much public attention in recent years, establishing itself as an expert group on democracy and inclusive societies, in particular with its study, "Fault Lines: Germany’s Invisible Divides," which identifies the “invisible third” of German society. With its social psychology-based approach that analyzes six societal types, More in Common conducts research on topics such as democracy, encounters , climate, migration and the future of society.
The strategic partnership enables the organization to further expand its role as a central player among those supporting social cohesion and democracy in Germany, as well to respond to current societal challenges more flexibly and independently of project-based funding. Evidence-based expertise provides a valuable basis for the continuous development of our funding strategies and projects.
Our common goal is to help sustainably strengthen democratic culture and cohesion in society based on sound research findings, practical experience, and mutual exchange.