We work in the field of the European Union, in the geographical area of the Mediterranean, as well as in Latin America. The subject areas rang from migration and mobility to international cooperation.


The European Union is our political, institutional and regulatory framework reference. The knowledge of European affairs allows Instrategies working with the European institutions and with institutions and organizations that need support and advice in developing policies, programs and European projects, therefore optimizing their participation and advocacy.


In a globalized world, the role of cities and local governments has acquired increasing relevance. In Instrategies we seek to strengthen the capacities of local administrations and design strategies that define and consolidate them as actors within the European and international stage with their own voice.


Migration and mobility are a global challenge for modern societies. In Instrategies we seek for innovative solutions that address the challenges and opportunities of human mobility in an increasingly interconnected world. We analyse, design and evaluate public policies on immigration and asylum at the local, national and international level.


In increasingly diverse societies, governments, social organizations and companies need tools that facilitate the management of diversity and help them exploit their potential. In order to stimulating their creativity and innovation to generate development and cohesion, Instrategies designs intercultural policies that allow leverage diversity as a resource for development.


In a world with great inequalities, we work to change the policies and practices of international institutions and countries in order to reduce poverty and inequality. We offer consulting, training and advisory services for international cooperation and development and we put in the service of public institutions and non-profit entities strategic tools to facilitate the processes of strengthening their presence within the European and international areas.