Thomas is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow (2005 Berlin Fellowship) and, thanks to his Humanity in Action Pat-Cox Fellowship in Brussels in 2007, he joined the Migration Policy Group, where he now coordinates research and communications. He is the coordinator of the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) and the Transatlantic Migrant Democracy Dialogue and part of the consortium running the global Migration Research Hub and Global Citizenship Observatory. He chairs the European policy network on migration education (SIRIUS) and migration meetings of the EU NGO Platform on Asylum and Migration. Thomas obtained his PhD at Maastricht University and is an alumnus of Georgetown University. His work has enabled him to create collaborations with Humanity in Action Senior Fellows and Staff for which he would like to recognize and thank Agnès, Anders, Antje, Artur, Barbara, Corey, Dorota, Eefje, Eva, Folashade, Helene, Jakob, Jasmijn, Monika, Rizwana, Tara, Tonia, Tosin and Verena. Most recently, MPG and Humanity in Action created the VoteEuropa European Parliament online election campaign, which reached over 40 million Europeans with diverse backgrounds.
Updated February 2020
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