Funds available at EU level
If you wish to implement a transnational project in collaboration with partners from other EU countries, you can apply for funding directly with the European Commission (EC). See all open calls below.
For the current 2014 – 2020 funding period, the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) is the most important resource. Another fund promoting the successful integration of non-EU migrants and Europe's diversity is Europe for Citizens.
In addition, funds focusing on other topics can also support integration. For example, Erasmus+, which targets activities related to culture, sports, education and youth, can promote the integration of migrants within the school system, through sport, youth work, and more. The Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) programme, in addition, finances a fairer EU job market, as well as the fight against social exclusion.
Visit the official pages of the EU-level funds through the interactive infographic, and find all about the latest funding calls below.