Prof. Paweł Kaczmarczyk is Director of the Centre of Migration Research in Warsaw, Poland and Professor at the Faculty of Economic Science at the University of Warsaw. He is an expert in international labor migration and migration policy.
Maren Wickwire holds an MA in Visual Media Anthropology from the Freie University in Berlin and is the founder and creative director of Manifest Media. As a director, editor and cinematographer, she has been collaborating with international recognized organizations including the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, the US Institute of Peace, Art Works Projects, the National Public Housing Museum and Eastern Congo Initiative to name a few.
Maren’s award winning multimedia works have been screened globally. She uses film as a tool to raise awareness and give a voice and face to the untold stories of people, places and cultures.
Dr. Remus Gabriel Anghel is Senior researcher at the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. His expertise is on Romanian migration and regional development and social and economic remittances.
Prof. Maggie O’Neil is Head of the Department of Sociology & Criminology at the University College Cork, expert on innovative biographical participatory research and the production of praxis-knowledge interventions in public policy.
Dr. Philipp Schwertmann is Head of the Migration and Fair Labour Programme in ARBEIT UND LEBEN Berlin-Brandenburg DGB/VHS e. V.
Dr. Kamila Schöll-Mazurek is a researcher at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies on Poland at the European University Viadrina, currently a docent in the Jean Monnet programme funded by the European Commission. Head of the Intercultural First Contact and Counselling Centre for EU Citizens in Berlin, Chairperson and spokeswoman of the Polish Federal Network for Participation and Social Europe in Germany. Author and co-author of publications, policy papers and expertise on German-Polish relations, situation of EU citizens, social security, social inequalities in Europe. Chairwoman and spokesperson of the Polish Federal Network for Participation and Sociales Part of Europe in Germany.
Alice Szczepanikova is policy analyst at the EU Policy Lab. She works on future of work and migration policies.