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EPIM approves new ATD grants for the 2022-2024 cycle

EPIM approves new ATD grants for the 2022-2024 cycle

As part of the 2022-2024 strategy for EPIM´ s Thematic Fund on Shaping the Future of European Migration Governance, EPIM has recently approved new project grants to the European ATD Network and existing ATD pilot projects in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Poland, Italy and Greece.

  • The first ATD pilot cohort (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Poland) will receive closing grants, which place an emphasis on legacy work to sustain project outcomes and political momentum on ATD.
  • The second ATD pilot cohort (Italy, Greece) will receive continuation grants, with an emphasis on continuing case management and advocacy to strengthen the evidence base for the effectiveness of engagement-based ATD and to strengthen buy-in from authorities and other key stakeholders.
  • The European ATD network will receive a grant to continue advocacy at EU level and maintain regional momentum on ATD, further explore opportunities for scaling, and continue supporting national pilots through bilateral exchanges and joint convenings.