In a time where migration and integration are threatened, the restrictions forced by Covid-19 and their economic consequences mean that it can feel often impossible to imagine a future for integration when we are so focused on managing the present. Yet, the act of imagining the future is essential to both innovation as well as holding present policies to account so we can achieve human progress. In that context, what tools can we use to create a space for imagining a future in which integration is possible?


Katarina Carlzén, Länsstyrelsen; Henrik Nilsson, Nätverket – Idéburen sektor Skåne; Jacob Lind, Malmö University.

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