AMIF-2020-AG-CALL-04: Promoting complementary pathways for people in need of protection and their further integration


Convocatòria oberta
caduca en menys de 30 dies
Entitat convocant:
European Commission
Àmbit:
Europeu
Inici:
Termini FSJD:
Quantia:
700.000€-2.000.000€
Descripció:

Objectives

The objective of the topic is to lead to the creation of new places for legal admission and an effective integration of people in need of international protection by designing and implementing complementary pathway programmes which would:

  • Facilitate their enrolment in European universities;
  • Facilitate access to work-related residence permits for individuals with relevant skills for the EU labour market;
  • Enable legal and safe family reunification for the beneficiaries of international protection residing in the EU by providing assistance and support;
  • Promote new initiatives or improve existing ones led by locally-established actors in the receiving country, e.g. civil society organisations, diaspora communities, local authorities, etc. carried out in cooperation with relevant authorities to establish community sponsorship programmes for the purpose of humanitarian admission and other complementary pathways.

Actions

Proposals should include one or more of the following actions (non-exhaustive list):

  • Activities to address the barriers to legal pathways for people in need of international protection
  • The development of programmes for the admission and subsequent integration of people in need of international protection in the Member States, including through tailor-made pre-departure and post-arrival measures;
  • Activities to mobilise local support and build strong partnerships between key stakeholders, such as national and local authorities, local communities, employers, unions, higher education institutions, students, diasporas and other private sponsors.

Taking into account the transnational aspect of the topic, actions should also foster joint activities between partners in different Member States, such as:

  • Activities to enable peer to peer learning between Member States building on the knowledge of experienced Member States using online activities to limit costs,
  • Activities to develop or adapt common tools and guidebooks taking into consideration existing material;
  • Activities to foster joint actions in the country of first asylum where people in need of international protection are identified to benefit from the programme, such as joint outreach activities and common information sessions about legal pathways opportunities;
  • Activities to develop a transnational European network of practitioners.

To ensure the feasibility of their proposals, applicants should consult relevant national authorities at the proposal preparation stage and report on the results of this consultation process accordingly in their proposals.

Proposals are recommended to involve people in need of international protection in the design, implementation and evaluation of the programme.

Outcomes

Proposals should focus on contributing to the achievement of the following outcomes:

  • Higher number of people in need of international protection benefiting from a complementary pathway to the EU and benefiting from pre-departure assistance and post-arrival integration measures;
  • Strengthened support at the local and national level for the development of complementary pathways, particularly though building effective partnerships between relevant stakeholders
  • Enhanced dissemination and exchange of experiences, knowledge and practices on complementary pathway programmes across the EU, though the creation of networks where feasible

Total budget: 10.000.000€

Requisits

Eligibility of the applicants and co-applicants

All the applicants and co-applicants must fulfil the following eligibility requirements for applications to be eligible. To prove these eligibility requirements, applicants and co- applicants will have to provide the relevant information and upload necessary documents showing their legal status in the Participant Register.

Legal Status

The following entities can apply as lead applicants:

  • Public bodies for all topics of this call for proposals,
  • Non-profit-making private entities for all topics of this call for proposals,
  • Profit making entities for topic AMIF-2020-AG-CALL-04 and 06,
  • International organisationsfor topic AMIF-2020-AG-CALL-04 and 06. The following entities can apply as co-applicants:
  • Public bodies for all topics of this call for proposals,
  • Non-profit-making private entities for all topics of this call for proposals,
  • Profit making entities for topics AMIF-2020-AG-CALL-01, 02, 04 and 06:
  • Union Agencies,
  • Natural persons.

Affiliated entities, i.e. legal entities having a legal or capital link with applicants, shall take part in the action as individual co-applicants in order to declare eligible costs unless they are affiliated to a public body.

For further information please contact with: sbayes(ELIMINAR)@fsjdorg

Sol·licitud
  1. How to apply:

Proposals must be submitted by the deadline indicated in section 3 via the Electronic Submission System. Open calls are published on the calls for proposals page.

Before submitting a proposal both the applicant and co-applicants must be registered via the Participant Register and obtain the 9-digit Participant Identification Code (PIC) (one for each organisation).

In submitting a proposal, the applicant accepts the procedures and conditions as described in this call for proposals and in the documents to which it refers.

No modification of the application is allowed once the deadline for submission has elapsed. However, if there is a need, the evaluation committee on behalf of the authorising officer may correct obvious clerical errors in application documents upon confirmation of the intended correction by the applicant.

Applicants will be informed in writing about the results of the evaluation process.

  1. Related documents

The following documents are available via the Electronic Submission System:

  • Application form (Submission Form Part A and Part B),
  • Required annex - Audit Report, if applicable,
  • Model Grant Agreement,
  • Guide for Applicants.