JOINT MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
Small-scale grants for civil society to advocate for the well-being and protection of migrants and communities in Cambodia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Morocco, Senegal and Sri Lanka
Migration and Development Civil Society Network (MADE)
Application deadline: 10 June 2015
Dear M4D Net members,
We hope this email finds you well.
Call for proposals
The Migration and Development Civil Society Network (MADE) has opened a call for proposals to fund small-scale national advocacy actions to be implemented between July 2015 and June 2016 in six target countries in Africa (Morocco and Senegal), Central America (Costa Rica and Honduras) and Asia (Cambodia and Sri Lanka).
The MADE pilot fund offers small grants of up to 7,500 EUR to migrants and civil society organizations to engage directly with national or city governments to promote policies for the well-being and protection of migrants and communities. Advocacy activities to be funded should advance civil society's migration and development Agenda for Change, as reflected in
the 5-year 8-point plan
, in particular with regards to decent labour migration and recruitment, and the protection of migrants on the move, in transit and distress.
In order to be eligible, applicants should be non-profit organisations based in one of the six target countries, and work on the human rights of migrants, migration and development.
To understand the specific requirements for each country, download the Country Call for Proposals and the corresponding application from the
10th June 2015.
Please also share with potentially interested parties!
The JMDI Team