On April 16th 2019 Mr. David Stanton, T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Justice and Equality with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration and Integration launched a Call for Proposals under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

€4.5 million has been allocated for this round of AMIF funding.

 

Applications:

Applications can now be submitted to the EU Funds Unit for consideration.

Applications for the 2019 AMIF Open Call must be made by using the following:

Documents in Irish

 

 

The following Information and Guidance document should be used by organisations when completing applications:

Please note that the guidance document and grant agreement are the latest version and maybe subject to change

All funded projects must contribute to the achievement of the objectives and spending commitments set out in AMIF National Programme

Assessment:

All applications will be acknowledged upon receipt by the EU Funds Unit. If your application has not been acknowledged, please contact the Unit.

 

Applications will be assessed using fair and transparent procedures established by the EU Funds Unit. The Proposals which meet the criteria and objectives of the Call and which score highest following assessment will be selected for grant funding.

 

All applicants will be give feedback on the outcome of the assessment of their application.

 

Queries:

For any queries regard the application process, please refer to the FAQs page of this website. Alternatively, you can contact the EU Funds Unit.