The project involves eight research institutes, think tanks and universities in Europe and Africa, and is led by the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

About the partners

The Kiel Institute for the World Economy is a public research institute that focuses on globalisation issues. It investigates the drivers and effects of international economic activity, including the movement of people, ideas and capital, the integration and disintegration of global markets as well as the opportunities and limits of political action in open economies.

ECDPM is the centre for Africa-Europe relations. It examines this partnership across several domains, such as climate, energy and food, economy and trade, geopolitics and development, governance, migration and mobility, and peace and security.

Elizade University is a private university seeking to be a globally competitive institution that produces entrepreneurial, innovative and ethical graduates.

The African Migration and Development Policy Centre (AMADPOC) is an institution conducting policy-oriented research, training and capacity building on various migration issues and their connection to development within sub-Saharan African countries.

Mohammed VI Polytechnic University is an academic institution oriented towards applied research and innovation with a focus on Africa.

The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research university that fosters the cross-fertilisation of research and teaching. 

The Migration Policy Centre (MPC) at the European University Institute (EUI) conducts advanced research on the transnational governance of international migration, asylum and mobility. It provides new ideas, rigorous evidence and critical thinking to inform major European and global policy debates.

Middlesex University is a public research university that aims to create knowledge and put it into action to develop fairer, healthier, more prosperous and sustainable societies.