Beth Ginsburg has over 25 years of experience leading projects on the inclusion of refugees and migrants in Europe, for the Migration Policy Group, the European Commission, the Council of Europe, and the corporate sector. She has worked extensively with migrant and refugee groups, academics and researchers, policy-makers (at city, regional and national levels), NGOs and charities, and SMEs and global corporations. Beth is a Visiting Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute where she will be working on projects in the EUI’s Migration Policy Centre. Beth has a BA in Political Science from Barnard College in New York City, an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics, and an MA in Comparative Politics from Columbia University.
Jan Niessen and Beth Ginsburg (2023) How a Small Organisation Can Influence EU Migration Policies: Lessons for the Research-Policy Nexus, EUI MPC Blog, 30 November 2023.
Jan Niessen, Beth Ginsburg, Lori Lindberg and Yongmi Schibel (2023) Emerging European Migration Policies and MPG’s First Ten Years. Amersfoort: Jan Niessen.
Beth Ginsburg (2023) Supporting Migrant-Owned Businesses in Europe: A Quadrumvirate Approach, EUI MPC Blog, 29 January 2023.