Co-Designing An Inclusive Europe: Notes on the Policy Roundtable in Brussels

8 Pages Posted: 17 Aug 2022

Date Written: July 30, 2022


Migration has different drivers and needs to be tackled with diverse approaches and policies (Caponio and Borkert 2010). Under the auspicious title CO-DESIGNING AN INCLUSIVE EUROPE. Migration and migrants in the EU: Changing narratives – modifying practices – influencing policies, on March 1st 2022, coordinators and researchers of ten EU Horizon 2020 funded projects gathered together in the heart of EU quarters in Brussels to share findings, exchange experience among the participants, discuss with MEPs and EU officials, and to make policy recommendations based on diverse study approaches. The venue was organised in a hybrid format: presential in Brussels (at the Norwegian House of Research and Innovation), which gather 30 participants, and 262 participants took part in the online version. These were coordinators and researchers connected with the ten projects, but also representatives from CSOs/NGOs, the European Commission, and independent consultants.

Keywords: Migration; Inclusive Europe; EU; European Union; Migration Policy; Migration Governance

Suggested Citation

Martins, José Ricardo, Co-Designing An Inclusive Europe: Notes on the Policy Roundtable in Brussels (July 30, 2022). Available at SSRN: or

José Ricardo Martins (Contact Author)

Utrecht University ( email )


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