Our Partners

The REMINDER project brings together a consortium of 13 organisations, combining expertise from different fields including: development, economics, linguistics, media studies, political science and public policy.

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COMPAS, University of Oxford

The University of Oxford’s Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) is an inter-disciplinary research centre within the University of Oxford. Since 2003 it has established an international reputation for original, high quality research that foregrounds policy and public relevance and engagement. COMPAS research covers a spectrum of global migration processes and phenomena, in particular in relation to migration and the labour market, migration and urban change, and the analysis of migration in the media and public opinion.

The REMINDER project also involves staff from the Centre for Health Service Economics & Organisation and the Department for Continuing Education.

Budapest Business School

The Institute of Social Sciences at the College of International Management and Business of the Budapest Business School is an umbrella unit coordinating interdisciplinary research, education and curriculum development between the Department of Social Communication and Media, the Department of International and European Studies, and the Department of Applied Communication.

The research interests of the faculty of the institute cover a wide range of areas, including comparative politics, comparative media research, social movements and civil society development, and forced migration. Within the current project, the Institute of Social Sciences is to coordinate research and gather data in Central and Eastern Europe, its area of expertise.

European Journalism Centre

The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is an independent, international, non-profit foundation supporting independent, ethical and innovative media through training, events, networks, and research activities. It promotes media that are independent and ethical; builds international networks of journalists, experts, and donors; equips media professionals with tools and skills for the future; and leads, and helps to define, innovation in journalism.

Uppsala University

The Department of Government at Uppsala University is a large political science department, covering all the major sub-disciplines in its research. The department is recognized as one of the leading political science departments in the Nordic countries. The shared objective is to analyze the conditions for political power and the prerequisites for well-functioning democratic institutions.

Pompeu Fabra University

The Centre for Research in Health and Economics (CRES) is a research centre at Pompeu Fabra University offering economic responses to the most important challenges to health care systems in Spain and throughout Europe.

CRES has largely developed its research in topics such as: 1) national health care systems regulation – placing special attention to the financing, organizational and management aspects of those systems; 2) health care management research, including proposals on incentives, reimbursement systems, and organizational related issues; 3) social insurance optimization in the national health system (copayments and costsharing initiatives); 4) the use of economic evaluation methodologies to improve health care systems efficiency and equity; and 5) the evaluation of pharmaceutical and health care management policies.

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development is an international organisation with currently 15 Member States (BiH, BG, HR, CZ, HU, The fYRoM, PL, PT, RO, RS, SK, SI, SE CH) whose purpose is to promote innovative, comprehensive and sustainable migration policies and to function as a service exchange mechanism for organisations and governments.

University of Vienna

The University of Vienna is the oldest university in the German-speaking world and the largest Austrian research institution.

Hajo Boomgaarden’s team at the Department of Communication focuses on the development of citizens’ political attitudes, values and political behaviour in European democracy; media and political communication with a particular emphasis on text analysis; and survey and content analysis research in the area of political communication.

Maastricht University

The Maastricht University’s Graduate School of Governance (MGSoG) is a higher-education institute leading the way for operational, policy-relevant studies and evaluations with ample experience doing data collection and analysis around the world. Migration Studies and issues of migration is one of the core research and teaching programs of MGSoG, and the team has years of experience in conducting mixed method research on topics that relate to (both EU and non-EU) migrants’ international migration history, transnational engagements and future migration intentions.

Kantar Public

Kantar Public coordinates a network of Kantar and partner institutes in the EU and across the world to conduct online, telephone, face to face and qualitative research. Its expertise in successfully designing and conducting pan-global quantitative surveys is complemented by its network of local partners. With their local knowledge, Kantar Public makes sure that its proposed research design is not only consistent in quality, but also takes into account and respects local differences.

University of Mainz

The Department of Communication at the University of Mainz is one of the most prestigious departments in the discipline in Germany and is dedicated to empirically sound communications research. It analyses the causes, content and effects of mass media, and has produced numerous pioneering studies in the field of public opinion and media coverage, using research methods that include content analysis, public opinion surveys, experiments and combinations thereof.

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) is a public university with several campuses in the greater Madrid area, whose mission is to foster innovative research and high-quality education in one of Spain’s fastest-growing regions. URJC’s Department of Communication and Sociology is building a strong profile for internationally collaborative research in political communication, journalism, and e-learning technologies.

University of Gothenburg

The University of Gothenburg’s Department of Journalism, Media and Communication is Sweden’s leading department in terms of empirical and social scientific research on journalism, media and communication in Sweden. It has great expertise and experience in research on, among other things, news media content and media effects.

Migration Policy Institute Europe

The Migration Policy Institute Europe is a non-profit, independent research institute that aims to provide a better understanding of migration in Europe and thus promote effective policymaking. MPI Europe provides authoritative research and practical policy design to governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders who seek more effective management of immigration, immigrant integration, and asylum systems as well as successful outcomes for newcomers, families of immigrant background, and receiving communities in Europe. MPI Europe also provides a forum for the exchange of information on migration and immigrant integration governance within the European Union and across Europe.