Isber Sabrine

Thinking Lab on Migration & Integration

Isber Sabrine (M.A.) is a Syrian archaeologist specialized in Cultural Heritage Management, as well as a certified National Tourist Guide in Syria. He is member of the Syrian Spanish team of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) since 2005. He has been involved on the protection of the Syrian cultural heritage since the beginning of the conflict, and is currently chair and co-founder of the Spanish NGO Heritage for Peace.  Since 2015 he has been involved on Cultural initiatives for the refugees in Germany. He is a guide for Multaka project by the Museum of Islamic Art in the Pergamon Museum which organizes guided tours for the refugees in the Museums of Berlin.



Migration & Integration Policy Recommendations Results

Policy Brief on Migration & Integration

2018 | Thinking Lab on Migration & Integration22 March 2018

Civil society actors from six European countries present their policy brief on Migration & Integration in Europe. The Thinking Lab developed nine policy recommendations divided into three main clusters.


Final results of the Thinking Labs online!

Check out the four policy briefs21 March 2018 | Contributors to the DIALOGUE ON EUROPE
Bild: Jacob&Alex

Over the course of the last two years, civil society experts and practitioners from across Europe gathered in four DIALOGUE ON EUROPE Thinking Labs to deliver fresh ideas and to independently elaborate concrete policy recommendations on four European key areas: Migration & Integration, Populism, Social Cohesion, and Sustainable Growth. Discover the summary of their proposals and the full-length policy briefs below! (more…)

Migration & Integration Thinking Lab

Introducing the Thinking Lab on Migration & Integration

16 engaged Europeans for concrete solutions to the refugee crisis and beyond23 October 2016
First Meeting of the Thinking Lab on Migration & Integration on 29 June 2016 in Berlin © DPZ

The Thinking Lab on Migration & Integration focuses on one of the most crucial challenges currently faced by the European Union. Within one year, based on the diverse experiences Southern European countries and Germany have so far gathered, the Lab will deliver a genuine European perspective on migration and integration policy. The concept of “people on the move” rather than “refugees” or “migrants” remains the center of the debate.