Migration is a much-debated societal issue in contemporary Europe, which has spurred a vast amount of research. Making the knowledge that has come from this research available is important for the development of the field, for public debate on migration, and for the development of migration policies. The aim of the CrossMigration project is to integrate knowledge about migration in a comprehensive database that includes information on publications, research projects, datasets, and experts.
The project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 program and is led by ERASMUS University as part of the IMISCOE network. NIDI is one of the 16 partners in the project and we focus together with IOM on the development of migration scenarios.