Urban Migration

Basic Information

With this call, JPI Urban Europe invites transdisciplinary and cross-sectoral communities of researchers and practitioners to create projects that align, synthesise or consolidate already existing knowledge on urban migration across disciplines on national and local levels. The results from projects granted in this call should help to facilitate knowledge transfer and learning from different European contexts, cities and countries to create greater engagement and understanding in migrant as well as host communities.

Network JPI Urban Europe
Website https://jpi-urbaneurope.eu/calls/urban-migration/?utm_source=JPI+Urban+Europe+Quarterly+Newsletter&utm_campaign=61bb73ef8d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_09_26_09_18_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_2bb048c51e-61bb73ef8d-228642369
Aim of the joint call The focus of this call is the ways that migration affects and is affected by the life and functioning of cities. As JPI Urban Europe aims for a broad scrutiny of urban migration, proposals submitted to this call should focus on one, many or a mix of migration types, categorized based on the following three principles (World Economic Forum, 2017): > By political boundaries (internal vs. international migration) > By movement patterns (step, circular or chain migration) or > By taking a decision-making approach (voluntary vs. involuntary migration)
Type of joint call Two Stages - Call with pre-proposals and full proposals submissions
Events
Launch date 17/12/2019
Deadline Pre-Proposal 02/04/2020 Submitted proposal: 20
Deadline Full-Proposal 04/09/2020 Submitted proposal: 12
Evaluation End Date 23/10/2020 Successful proposal: 13 Proposals funded: 4
Is call co-funded? No
Call follow up funding n/a
Call reasons n/a
Research fields
  • Government and social relations
  • Services
  • Socio-economics sciences and humanities
Type of research
  • Basic research
  • Applied Research
  • Other: Innovation/Implementation
Target groups
  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Public Research Organisations (PROs)
  • Private and Semi-private Research and Technology Organisations (RTOs)
  • SME (Small and Medium Enterprises)
  • Large Corporations
  • Other: City Authorities/Municipalities, Other Public/Govermental Institutions, Other Non-Profit Organisations
Participating networks n/a

Funded Projects

Acronym Title Start End No. partners
HOUSE-IN The Housing-Integration-Nexus: shaping exchange and innovati... 01/01/2021 30/06/2022 11
Inclusive Housing Inclusive Housing policies: Housing is the beginning 01/01/2021 30/06/2022 4
LoReMi Local Responses to Precarious Migrants: Frames, Strategies a... 01/02/2021 31/07/2022 3
MAPURBAN Migrant Mobility and Access to Public Urban Resources 01/02/2021 31/07/2022 5
MICOLL Migration and housing: meeting refugees’ housing needs thr... 01/01/2021 30/06/2022 3
ProSHARE Enhancing Diversity, Inclusion and Social Cohesion through P... 01/01/2021 30/06/2022 7
The Art of Belonging The Art of Belonging: Social integration of young migrants i... 15/03/2021 14/09/2022 4
The EMPOWER project Empowering Cities of Migration: new methods for citizen invo... 01/02/2021 31/01/2022 6