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Evaluation of EPIM III

Emerging insights from the evaluation so far

Published Nov 24, 2014

by Emily Scraggs, Emma Disley, Jennifer Rubin, Joachim Krapels, Ben Baruch

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This report sets out some emerging insights from the ongoing evaluation of the European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) 2012-2015 programme. The activities of EPIM and this evaluation lie at the very heart of EPIM's efforts to strengthen the capacity of NGOs active in migration and integration issues, to engage with and influence decision-making at EU and Member state levels, and to do so by drawing on a rigorous evidence base, and through a pragmatic approach. Founded in 2005 as an activity of the Network of European Foundations (NEF) in a unique effort to fund European migration and integration organisations, EPIM's activities include strategic grant-making as well as networking, capacitybuilding, supporting advocacy and policy work. The Programme has now disbursed over €3m to more than 24 grantee organisations.

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