EPIM Never Alone Fund – Survey for civil society organisations working with and for children and youth in migration in Europe
Since 2016, EPIM’s Never Alone Thematic Fund supports civil society to address crucial challenges and gaps about the protection, inclusion and participation of children and youth who arrive in Europe, with the aim to set the right steps for children’s future and the future of the society they are part of. Beyond project grants, the Never Alone Fund also aims to support civil society organisations working with and for children and youth in migration to develop their capacities, their knowledge base and their connection with relevant actors across Europe (see footnote).
EPIM is currently in the process of designing the future interventions within the Fund related to capacity development, knowledge support and connecting actors, and we would be very interested to hear from you to make sure the future interventions are tailored to the needs and interests of civil society working for and with children and youth in migration.
Therefore we would like to invite you to help us identify your needs and interests and how to best address them by completing the below anonymous survey by 12 March 2020 (COB).
Many thanks in advance for your support!
The EPIM team
By “capacity development”, EPIM means: support organisations to enhance their organisational structure, skills and tools to enhance the impact of their work.
By “knowledge support”, EPIM means: support organisations to expand their content expertise and gather new evidence to inform and advance their work.
By “connecting actors”, EPIM means: support organisations to create new or strengthen existing relationships with other stakeholders in order to achieve shared goals.
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