Georgia: grants for CSOs working on migration
June 10, 2022

Georgia: grants for CSOs working on migration

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), in the framework of the EU-funded ‘Strengthening Development Impact of Migration in Georgia’ (STREAMinG) Project, invites civil society organisations working on migration matters in Georgia to apply for a call for proposals.

CSOs may propose projects in the following thematic areas:

  • prevention of trafficking in human beings (THB);
  • reintegration of returning Georgian migrants;
  • support to vulnerable groups;
  • assistance to foreigners, including Ukrainian refugees arriving in Georgia, etc.

The grant amount should fall between €18,000 and €23,000 (sole applicants) or €46,000 (multiple applicants).

The deadline for applications is 11 July 2022.

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July 11, 2022



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