Publications and Mapping related to refugees and migrants

Last update:  26 March 2017

Many organisations and networks in Europe have started to publish mapping, researches and online information about refugees' integration through art and culture and refugees / migrants as artists. This page is about listing these initiatives. Feel free to email mobility(at)on-the-move.org for further inputs.

Publications / mapping / Guidelines

EUNIC Yearbook 2014-2015: Europe: Closed doors or open arms: culture and migration

ULCG-Agenda21 for Culture publication 'Cities, refugees and culture' (2015) - FR / ES

IETM publication ‘Creation and Displacement: Developing new narratives around migration’ + a list of 141 initiatives and projects (2016)

NEMO publication ‘Museums, migration and cultural diversity – Recommendations for museum work’ (2016)

Art and experiential therapy with unaccompanied minors (Hungary)

New guidelines on role of culture in migrant and refugee integration by Eurocities (2016)

How can cities foster the integration of migrants and refugees through culture? Check our inspiration toolkit n°2, by Eurocities (2016)

Cities' actions for the education of refugees and asylum seekers, by Eurocities (2017)

Information websites /magazines

A syrious look, Syrians in Germany. A Magazine about Culture in Exile

Critical Stages is now available with a special topic on "Theatre and Statelessness in Europe"(2016)

Refugees Welcome, by the website 'Touring Artists' for information related to Germany (EN / DE)


Refugee Origami Camp, a project by Frank Bölter (article by Mathieu Braunstein for IN SITU) (EN / DE) with IN SITU network

10 things you need to consider if you are an artist – not of the refugee and asylum seeker community- looking to work with our community.

Events / Initiatives / projects

L'encyclopédie des migrants (L'âge de la tortue) FR/ES/PT/EN

The Arts and Culture Welcome Refugees (Canada)

If All Relations Were to Reach Equilibrium, Then This Building Would Dissolve (UK)

Refugees got talent (Belgium)