GEMM Final Policy Conference aimed at synthesising the main outcomes from the 3-year extensive work on the project and was held on October 26-27, 2018, in Paris. It gathered together researchers from the participating teams and policy makers from various structures including the European Commission, OECD, national ministries, pan-European NGOs. Vast array of issues were discussed. Among them, speakers approached the problems of ethnic disadvantages, labour market discrimination, migrant motivations, human capital investments, identity negotiations, regional differences and country regimes. The New Europe Center participants Siyka Kovacheva and Boris Popivanov presented data and analysis on the migrant motivations and trajectories as well as the mobilisations of migrants' social ties. At the end of the conference, a roadmap was elaborated for further dissemination of the GEMM results in academic journals and public events.