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News article22 March 2022Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs

Second Call for applications for dialogue with Common Provisions Regulation partners

The European Commission is launching a second call for applications to extend the membership of the expert group of partners who shall:

  • assist the Commission on questions relating to the implementation of support from the funds under the Common Provisions Regulation
  • monitor the evolution of policy on partnership and multilevel governance
  • initiate an exchange of experience and good practices on partnership and multilevel governance

A first call to select members of the group was published with a deadline of 28 September 2021. The Commission is now launching a second call for applications  to extend the membership of the group and achieving a balance of the interests represented by selecting organisations operating in the fields related to youth, fisheries and migration/integration. Current members of the group selected following the first call do not have to re-apply.

Who can apply

Members shall be umbrella organisations established at EU level that represent one or more of the partners referred to in Article 8 of the Common Provisions Regulation:

  • regional, local, urban and other public authorities
  • economic and social partners
  • relevant bodies representing civil society, such as environmental partners, non governmental organisations, and bodies responsible for promoting social inclusion, fundamental rights, rights of persons with disabilities, gender equality and non discrimination
  • research organisations and universities, where appropriate

Call and deadline

The duly signed applications must be sent by e-mail to the following e-mail address: by 29 April  2022 at the latest. The date of the e-mail will be the date of sending.

To find out more information visit the dedicated call for applications webpage:


Publication date
22 March 2022
Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs