Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund

The Asylum and Migration Fund aims to contribute to an effective management of migration flows in the European Union. This fund aims to draw on the capacity building process developed with the assistance of the European Refugee Fund, the European Fund for the Integration of third-country nationals and the European Return Fund.

The objective of this fund is to strengthen and develop the Common European Asylum System, to support legal migration to the EU in line with the economic and social needs of Member States and promote the effective integration of third-country nationals, including of asylum seekers and beneficiaries of international protection. It also aims to enhance fair and effective return strategies in the Member States with emphasis on sustainability of return and effective readmission in the countries of origin and to enhance the solidarity and responsibility sharing between the Member States, in particular towards those most affected by migration and asylum flows.

The Funds and Programmes Division is the Managing Authority responsible for these funds.

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Open Calls

Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund

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Eligible Applicants


Call for proposals to support awareness raising and information campaigns on the risks of irregular migration in selected third-countries

The present Call for Proposals aims at funding projects of information and awareness-raising campaigns in the area of migration in Algeria, The Gambia, Guinea Conakry, Ivory Coast, Niger, Mali, Morocco, Senegal or Tunisia [1], aiming at preventing irregular migration and, in particular, migrant smuggling and trafficking of human beings, as defined in the AMIF Annual Work Programme for 2017. The general objective of the present Call for Proposal is to contribute to the change of perceptions and behaviour of third country nationals pondering irregularly migrating to the EU and key influencers of their decisions. Projects must be submitted by a consortium of at least two different organisations established in a Member State (excluding Denmark).

Public bodies, non-public not-for-profit organisations, for-profit private entities if they work on a non-profit basis or international organisations

April 5, 2018