Advancing Alternative Migration Governance

The ADMIGOV project will produce a range of different products over four years, targetting different audiences: 




  • Work package reports: with the main empirical findings regarding the key topics of the respective workpackages

Deliverable 1.1 Koopmans, J. and Gonzales-Beilfuss, M. (2019) Legal and institutional mapping of regular entry governance regimes in the European Union, AdMiGov Paper D1.1, Barcelona: University of Barcelona.  

Deliverable 1.2 Jeandesboz, J. (ed.), Aivaliotou, E., Matusz, P., Pallister-Wilkins, P. & Pitsikos, I. (2020) Operational practices of EU entry governance at air, land and sea border. AdMiGov Paper D1.2, Brussels: ULB.

Deliverable 1.3 Lemberg-Pedersen, M., Rübner Hansen J. and Halpern, O.J. (2020) The political economy of entry governance. AdMiGov Paper D1.3, Copenhagen: Aalborg University.

Deliverable 1.4 Jeandesboz, J. (2020) Final Report on Entry, AdMiGov Paper D1.4, Brussels: ULB.

 Deliverable 7.1: Pasetti, F. (2019) Measuring 'good' migration governance in turbulent times, a critical state of the art. AdMiGov Paper D7.1, Barcelona: CIDOB.


  • Papers: 

Ogahara, Z. and Kuschminder, K. (2019) An Overview of Migration Governance in Ethiopia. Maastricht: Maastricht Graduate School of Governance/UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University.

  • Policy briefs: with a short presentations on and policy recommendations from the respective work packages, targetted at policy makers

October 2019: AdMiGov's recommendations to the new EU commissioners.


  • Academic publications: with a theoretically grounded approach focussed on specific pieces of data or a specific issue
  • Press releases: short key points with striking findings, for the general public and journalists

Online output:

  • MOOCS: with key discussions, concepts and empirical findings, made suitable for students and all who want to learn about the topic
  • Podcasts: short interviews with the work package leaders on striking findings, for the general public, journalists and anyone else who wants to get fast information
  • Online indicators of good migration governance: for policy makers and analysists who want to see how different countries perform in a comparative way
  • Twitter:  news messages in relation to the project
  • Work package reports: with the main empirical findings regarding the key topics of the respective workpackages