ASYLUM, MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION FUND: ADDRESS ASSISTANCE, SUPPORT AND INTEGRATION OF THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONAL VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS

February 8, 2021

**Deadline: 16 Feb 2021**

One of the priorities under the 2017 Communication ”Reporting on the follow-up to the EU Strategy towards the eradication of trafficking in human beings and identifying further concrete actions” (”2017 Communication”) is to provide better access to and realise the rights of the victims of trafficking in human beings. Ensuring that funding matches anti-trafficking policy is a cross-cutting priority, taking particular account of the gender dimension of the phenomenon, high-risk groups, as well as high-risk sectors.

Proposals should focus on contributing to the achievement of the following outcomes:

  • Improved identification, situation and integration of TCN victims of trafficking in human beings in those contexts, e.g. cities/regions/rural areas, and high-risk sectors, such as agriculture and hospitality, addressed by the proposal;
  • Improved transnational cooperation between local and regional authorities and civil society for the identification, integration, as well as voluntary and safe return of third-country national victims of trafficking and for finding durable solutions for child victims;
  • Developing practical approaches, tools and guidelines, by building on results of past projects when relevant and appropriate.

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