Plusieurs projets de recherche sur la migration ont été financés par la Commission Européenne lors des précédents programmes de recherche.
Sont recensés ici des appels à projets Horizon 2020 en lien avec la thématique de la migration.
Les projets de recherche précédemment financés sur la thématique de la migration sont présentés ici.
- « Understanding migration mobility patterns: elaborating mid and long-term migration scenarios » – MIGRATION-01-2019 – Echéance : 14 Mars 2019.
Specific challenge: Global migration is growing in scope, complexity and diversity, which requires better preparedness and responses. A deeper understanding of the drivers of migration and of their interrelation with people’s propensity to migrate is needed as well as projections and scenarios that are essential for appropriate planning and effective policymaking.
- « Social and economic effects of migration in Europe and integration policies » – MIGRATION-03-2019 – Ouverture : 6 Novembre 2018, Echéance : 14 Mars 2019.
Specific challenge: A greater understanding of the social and economic effects and impacts of migration in Europe is needed in order to obtain an objective overview of developments and to address misperceptions. In light of recent and current migratory flows, an assessment of integration policies and efforts is equally important for ensuring their effectiveness in promoting the integration and inclusion of migrants in host societies.
- « Addressing the challenge of migrant integration through ICT-enabled solutions » – DT-MIGRATION-06-2018-2019 – Echéance : 14 Mars 2019.
Specific challenge: The integration of migrants, including refugees, in many Member States of the European Union and Associated Countries remains a challenge for both public authorities and local communities. ICT-enabled solutions and toolkits for the implementation of inclusion policies by public administrations may facilitate the management of the integration of migrants, improve autonomy and inclusion and therefore the lives of migrants. Such tools may help alleviate the tasks of public administrations and local authorities. They may also analyse available data and provide migrants with information on and easy access to relevant public services specific to their needs or support policy-makers and public administration at all levels in planning and taking decisions on migration-related issues through data analytics and simulation tools. The specific cultural features, including possible gender differences, the skills and capacities of migrants to express their needs as well as the equity of access to ICT may be considered in this regard.
- « International protection of refugees in a comparative perspective » – MIGRATION-07-2019 – Echéance : 14 Mars 2019.
Specific challenge: While policy areas such as development or trade benefit from global governance structures, a global refugee governance regime is still in its infancy. The challenge is to safeguard international law standards on the treatment of asylum seekers and internally displaced persons, address imbalances in sharing responsibilities, and ensure the EU plays a key role globally while also aligning the reform of its common asylum system to feed into the emerging regime of global asylum governance.
Les appels suivants sont prévus pour 2020 (en attente d’adoption officielle) – Pour plus d’informations, contacter le Point de Contact National :
- « Mapping and overcoming integration challenges for migrant children » – MIGRATION-05-2018-2020
Specific challenge: At a time where the integration of refugee and migrant children into host societies is most pressing, education systems face multiple challenges due to growing cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversity and to socio-economic inequalities.
- « Narratives on migration and its impact: past and present » – MIGRATION-09-2020
Specific challenge: The way we collectively discuss migration influences the way we think about policies and responses to address this phenomenon. The production of these narratives on migration -be it in the media, public or political discourses- affects political processes across Europe, migration dynamics and ultimately the integration of migrants. The challenge is to understand and explain the causes and consequences of such narratives, namely their construction and their effects on attitudes to migration and on society at large. By so doing, the competences of all stakeholders -policy-makers, civil society organisations, citizens and migrants- may be improved, shedding light on the consequences of discourses on migration and the responsibility everyone holds in shaping such narratives.
- « Innovative practices for the integration of newly arrived migrants into societies » – MIGRATION-10-2020
Specific challenge: The sudden arrival of large numbers of migrants across Europe since 2014 has determined an exponential multiplication of resources used to ensure a successful integration of migrants in European societies. Funding has been mobilised at the EU, national, regional and local levels, determining a great number of actions both in policy and in research. After such an emergency response, it is due time to take stock of the work carried out, understanding the impact of the resources used and considering the lessons learnt.