26 January 2024
To enable solidarity in practice, in 2024, we keep working on the further technical development of our "Re:Match - Relocation via Matching" project and on scaling it up for other groups of people seeking protection. We are not alone in developing data-driven solutions for migration policy, as algorithm-based matching is currently gaining momentum internationally as a migration management tool. In various countries, interdisciplinary teams are testing various matching-based migration strategies, including for resettlement and civil society sponsorships. With the development of a needs-oriented relocation tool for the European level that strengthens the role of municipalities, Re:Match is making a significant contribution to this momentum and is also unique in its idea and practical implementation. Last year we were already able to match and relocate 78 Ukrainian asylum seekers from Poland to six German municipalities. The Tagesspiegel recently reported on our work and our successful first relocation phase (article in German).
The Evaluation report showcases the results of the project evaluation in cooperation with our partner Pairity in detail.
The advocacy-focused report concisely summarizes the relevant findings and recommendations for decision-makers from politics and administration, municipalities and civil society.
Together with the state capital Düsseldorf, our partners Pairity (Canada) and Salam Lab (Poland) as well as Damian Boeselager, Member of the European Parliament (Volt/Greens) we would like to present our key findings relating to the concept of Relocation via Matching and answer your questions..
Questions can be submitted during the webinar as well as in advance to email@example.com .
The event will be held digitally and in English.