The DOMiD, the documentation center and museum about migration in Germany e.V., is a non-profit organization based in Cologne. As a scientific competence center, DOMiD collects, stores and exhibits objects on the history of migration in Germany. The association was founded in 1990 by Migrants and has the largest collection of objects and certificates in Germany that document the diverse history of migration in Germany. The collection includes social, cultural and everyday historical evidence on the history of immigration of various people. The collection is steadily growing and currently comprises more than 150,000 objects, documents and interviews. In addition, the association sees its task in researching and exhibiting the material. In addition to the museum and archival work, DOMiD organizes events, conferences and lectures. The aim is to convey migration as a normal case. Ultimately, this should create the foundation for a common, transcultural identity. The association is politically independent and ideologically neutral. DOMiD is funded by the Ministry for Children, Family, Refugees and Integration (MKFFI) of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and the City of Cologne.