Mobility Partnership Facility (MPF)
A new tool supporting Mobility Partnerships (MPs) and Common Agendas on Migration and Mobility (CAMMs)
The Mobility Partnership Facility (MPF) will support the preparation and implementation of MPs and CAMMs as a rapid tool designed to provide targeted, flexible and tailor-made assistance.
The MPF is an EU-funded initiative contributing to the operationalisation of the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM). This initiative will also strengthen the cooperation between the European Union (EU) and partner countries in the area of migration and mobility.
Budget: € 5.5 million from three different funds
Duration: 35 months as of 1 January 2016
MPs offer a framework for an enhanced and tailor-made dialogue, and operational cooperation with third countries in a wide range of fields related to migration and mobility, with concrete actions covering the four thematic priorities of the GAMM:
✴ Better organisation of legal migration and fostering of well-managed mobility
✴ Preventing and combatting irregular migration, and eradicating trafficking in human beings
✴ Maximising the development impact of migration and mobility
✴ Promoting international protection, and enhancing the external dimension of asylum.
CAMMs are an alternative framework for bilateral dialogue and cooperation. Like MPs, CAMMs set a number of common recommendations, targets and commitments.
More information on MPs and CAMMs is available here.
About the initiative
The operational implementation of MPs and CAMMs is supported through the MPF.
The MPF is funded by the European Commission (EC) and implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) for a duration of 35 months. The MPF is funded from the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF), the Internal Security Fund for Police Cooperation (ISF-Police) and the Internal Security Fund for Borders and Visa (ISF-Borders), managed by the EC Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME) with a total budget of € 5.5 million.
- Geographical Scope
- Thematic Areas to be Covered
- Governing Structure & Evaluation
- How Does It Work?
- Types of Activities which can be Funded
- Horizontal Activities
- Q&A linked to the Call for Proposals
- Information on awarded grants
- Action Info Note: France - Armenia
- Action Info Note: Romania - Moldova
|CALL FOR PROPOSALS WITH AN OPEN DEADLINE|
Action proposals can be submitted by public bodies of European Union Member States by completing a Grant Application Form with a detailed budget and sent to ICMPD via the following e-mail address:
The application package is available here.
For any inquiries, please also use the above-mentioned e-mail address.