Due Date: 16.3 2018. Support available for Pan-European civil society partnerships to:
(a) advise long-term financial programming, governance, and practical implementation of EU funding for migrant integration and community cohesion;
(b) engage with EU/national decision-makers in evidence-based, solutions-oriented discussions; and
(c) ensure funding priorities and practice are coherent, coordinated, needs-based, migrant-focused, socially impactful, and framed as “whole-of-community” approaches to social inclusion.
Maximum duration: 2 years starting May 2018. Total amount available for grants: € 200k.