Project Coordinator


Design of the campaign
Creating the list of interviewees
Shooting videos
Editing the videos


Bratislava Policy Institute


The project aims to reshape public perception of migration, challenging the negative stereotypes associated with it. We will present migration from different perspectives, emphasizing its natural occurrence throughout history. With open borders, many EU citizens choose to establish their permanent residence and raise their families in neighboring countries rather than their home countries. However, current policies fail to address this new aspect of European citizens’ lives and are often viewed unfavorably. Our focus on commuting is rooted in the concept of open borders in Europe. By targeting youth and the general public, we will utilize visually appealing materials to portray a positive image of individuals who regularly travel across borders for various reasons, bridging their home and work lives.

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