The University of Lincoln is an institution founded by and for its communities, and committed to working with them in the development of new knowledge. A signatory to one of the first Civic University Agreements in the UK, the University of Lincoln is applying its research expertise to a wide range of areas with community relevance, locally, nationally, and internationally. These include arts, justice, and migration; place-making and future cities; parliamentary democracy and community engagement; young fathers, parenthood, and play streets; and community archaeology, the heritage economy, and understanding medieval communities. With the growing academic community in migration research, the UoL will continue to develop strong cooperation with local and national stakeholders, raise awareness, and implementing innovative approaches in our research projects at national and international levels. Thus, the UoL as a partner institution will contribute to this project with relevant and excellent research expertise, research and workshop facilities, research management, networking, and cooperation.