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14 December 2021

Toolkit on the use of EU funds for the integration of people with a migrant background: 2021–2027 programming period

European Commission

Building on the Toolkit on the use of EU funds for the integration of people with a migrant background published in 2018, and including lessons learned from the 2014–2020 programming period, this newly published toolkit provides support in response to the pressing socioeconomic gap between people with a migrant background and mainstream society.

The toolkit has been created to assist all relevant stakeholders at European, national, regional and local levels in the design and implementation of integration policies targeted at people with a migrant background, through the coordinated use of EU funds in the 2021–2027 programming period. It describes the scope of support and the legal requirements of cohesion policy funds, in particular the European Regional Development Fund and the European Social Fund Plus, as well as the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund; the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development; and the Technical Support Instrument regulations in the 2021–2027 programming period, together with the relevant policy frameworks.

By improving coordination and synergies in the use of EU funds, the overall aim of the toolkit is to strengthen the integration of people with a migrant background, reduce inequalities and ensure equal treatment.

Access the toolkit online here, or find it attached below.

Toolkit on the use of EU funds for the integration of people with a migrant background 2021–2027 programming period
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Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (European Commission)
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EU Wide
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European Institutions/organisations
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Olivia Long
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