AMIF, the European Commission's Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund, is calling for funding proposals for projects that reduce obstacles and promote access to basic services for third-country nationals (TCNs).
The aim of this funding topic is to improve the quality and availability of information on accessing basic services and the capacity of service providers to deal with TCNs, including through addressing language, cultural and other possible barriers in accessing services. Proposals should include a multi-stakeholder approach and ensure the involvement of relevant actors.
It is expected that projects will focus on access to services in one or more of the following thematic areas:
- Health care, including mental health, psychological support, COVID-19 related information and support;
- Labour market, especially access to public employment services and to vocational training;
- Social security benefits;
- Financial literacy and access to financial services;
- Continuous education from primary to tertiary levels.
Actions funded under this topic can focus on providing one specific basic service, or on a transversal approach to accessing the basic services listed above. They can target TCNs in general or focus on specific groups, such as migrant women, children and/or specifically vulnerable migrants.
Read the full list of relevant actions, find further information on this topic and submit project proposals here.
Proposals should be submitted by 16 February 2021 (at 17:00 Brussels time).
Learn more here about other funding opportunities within this call.
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