New EU Home Affairs’ Funds 2014-2020

March 13, 2014

Hat: Commissioner Malmström welcomes the Parliament's vote on the new EU Home Affairs' Funds 2014-2020

Funding Scheme: 2014-03-13

Pgm2014 2020: Yes


Following today’s vote by the European Parliament, the Council will have to formally adopt the Regulations establishing the Funds.


The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and the Internal Security Fund could become operational as of May 2014.

The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund will focus on migrant flows and the integrated management of migration. It will support actions addressing all aspects of migration, including asylum, legal migration, integration and return.

The Internal Security Fund will support the implementation of the Internal Security Strategy and the EU approach to law enforcement cooperation, including the management of the union’s external borders. It will also finance the development of new IT systems, such as the future entry/exit system and the Registered Traveller Programme.

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