On 31 of August, we finalized our program “Integration in Globalization”. It is a program that aims to enhance the bridge between research on integration and migration programs and the end-users of these programs. This is in order to deliver a sense of ownership to all involved stakeholders and especially to the end-users of migration and integration programs. This is an essential part to achieve a transparent evaluation of programs that aim to enhance inclusion and sustainable development. The seminar is developed based on the pedagogy of the oppressed and the five principles of gender mainstreaming to generate themes, words, and concepts that uncover inequalities in the discourse of migration and integration. This is in order to achieve cultural ethnography and intercultural sensitivity when developing research designs on integration and migration programs. This program is part of the European program Bridge47. Bridge 47 was created to bring people together to share and learn from each other. It mobilizes civil society from all around the world to contribute to a transformation towards global justice and eradication of poverty through Global Citizenship Education