Who we work with
MPG is a recognised advisor and service provider to international organisations and national governments ranging from WHO to OSCE or the European Commission, European Parliament or Council of Europe.
200 organisations in 18 countries joined the MPG-launched “We Are a Welcoming Europe”: the first European Citizens’ Initiative on migration.
MPG-led Sirius project became an independent network. It now serves as the main advisor for the European Commission’s agenda on migrant education.
Ongoing working relationships with over 300 organisations, including the European institutions, UNHCR, ECRE, PICUM, Eurocities, Social Platform, IMISCOE, ENAR and Equinet.
Over 1000 experts working in our professional networks, which doubled over the past two years.
Partnerships are key to achieving our vision. Through a strong and diverse network of partners and clients across Europe and beyond, MPG connects and brings together disparate communities to achieve lasting-change. We work with a variety of partners, including civil society organisations, think-tanks, NGOs, universities, individual experts and networks.
- International organisations: WHO, OSCE, UNHCR, IOM.
- Private foundations: The Open Society Foundation, Heinrich Böll Foundation, OAK Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Robert Bosch Stiftung, JP Morgan.
- EU institutions: Council of Europe, European Commission, European Parliament, European Economic and Social Committee.
- Civil society
- Regional and local governments
For over 20 years, MPG has steadily coordinated EU-wide networks with diverse stakeholders, providing it with the most extensive knowledge and networks to coordinate EU-wide activities on integration, migration and anti-discrimination.