The contemporary world is shaped by migration, which makes integration a priority topic for many societies. Conventional practices often address and emphasise only the integration of migrants into host communities. However, integration affects both host societies and migrants.
We believe that it is a two-way process. Not only do we consider Berlin our home, but also as a laboratory to experiment and experience how two-way integration processes can be successful on an urban scale.
We use intercultural dialogue as the primary approach to integration and inspire meaningful interactions between established and new Berliners.