re-think the challenge

ITRe-think the Challenge vuole attivare una riflessione interculturale ed intersettoriale su cambiamenti climatici e migrazioni per favorire una migliore comprensione della possibilità di agire in ottica universalistica nel mondo. Attraverso un approccio partecipativo e la condivisione di strumenti utili per chi vuole attivarsi socialmente su questi temi, il progetto esplora i possibili scenari futuri a […]


PERCEPTIONS assesses potential issues related to the security of migrants, as well as host countries, connected to perceptions and narratives of Europe and the EU in Third Countries. For that purpose, the project conducts research on the narratives and the myths that are circulating about the EU in three non-European countries of migrants’ transit (Algeria, […]

Welcoming Spaces

The project aims at developingl an innovative approach to solve two current political challenges, namely to revive the European inner areas and, at the same time, to sustain a welcoming and inclusive environment for extra-Europeans migrants. How is it possible to revive the “shrinking areas” by enhancing cultural diversity? Aiming at finding the answers to […]

Atlas of Transitions

The project Atlas of Transitions – New Geographies for a Cross-Cultural Europe, aims at challenging traditional social imaginaries on migration through the use of artistic devices of different types. A project stimulated an inspiring collaboration between artists, researchers, experts and communities of action from seven countries in order to experiment with new languages, spaces of […]

Regional Liveable Diversity

The Network of Excellence on Regional Liveable Diversity (NoE), was established in 2019 from seed funding awarded from Monash University. It brings together extensive research expertise from the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre (MMIC) and international partners from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Ryerson University, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic […]


The overall objective of the project is to promote the adoption of sustainable farming systems among Palestinian communities in the West Bank through the increased use of treated wastewater for agricultural purposes in the area of Beit Dajan, a community located in the Governorate of Nablus. The research aims to integrate the existing literature on […]

Blurred borders, pandemics, and the politics of belonging

The project Blurred borders, pandemics, and the politics of belonging explores the impact of COVID-19 on people seeking asylum, through an analysis of government policies which sought to securitise the public health response and restrict who crosses its borders. Through research, public forums and dissemination of research findings, this project will examine and contribute to […]


The Jean Monnet Erasmus+ Network grant The Comparative Network on Refugee Externalisation Policies (CONREP) is an international, interdisciplinary network of experts from six universities in Australia and Europe. CONREP researches the impact and effects of the externalisation of refugee policies in two regions: Australia’s activities in Southeast Asia and the Pacific; and the European Union […]

Climate of Change

The project “End Climate Change, Start Climate of Change” is co-funded by the European Commission in the framework of the DEAR program (Development Education and Awareness Raising) and aims to develop young EU citizens awareness and critical understanding of climate change-induced migration, as one of the biggest challenges of the globalized world. The main goal […]