European Program for Integration and Migration
Migration and Inclusion

European Program for Integration and Migration

The European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM), an initiative of currently 14 Partner Foundations and 11 associated Foundations, has the goal of strengthening the role played by civil society in advocating for constructive approaches to migration in Europe. This is done through grant-making, capacity development and networking.

In its fourth funding phase (2016-2018), EPIM opens calls for proposal on a rolling basis in targeted topic and geographic areas. Thematic focuses so far include immigration detention, long term prospects for children on the move, reforms of the Common European Asylum System and the access of mobile EU citizens to housing and social benefits. EPIM’s funding plus work has a particular focus on developing capacities in messaging and strategic communication on migration.

EPIM Partner Foundations are Adessium Foundation, Aga Khan Foundation, Barrow Cadbury Trust, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Compagnia di San Paolo, Calouste Golbenkian Foundation, Fondation Abbé Pierre, Foundation de France, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, King Baudouin Foundation, “La Caixa” Foundation, Oak Foundation, Open Society Foundations and Robert Bosch Stiftung.


European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM)

Contact at the Foundation

Raphaela Schweiger
Phone: +49 711 46084-678