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General call for experts FWC 2023 Lot 14 MIGRATION AND FORCED DISPLACEMENT Back

The Framework Contract “Services for EU’s External Action” (SEA 2023) is intended to support the European Commission (EC) Directorates-General in charge of the implementation of External Action:

  • Directorate-General for International Partnerships (DG INTPA),
  • Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR),
  • Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO),
  • Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI), and
  • EU Delegations.

This FWC aims to provide a contractual tool that can mobilise rapidly (compared to a standard tender procedure) through specific contracts the expertise required to assist the EC departments in implementing their policies.

To this end, PROMAN Consortium, as Framework Contractor, will support and advise EU services Headquarters and EU Delegations and/or Partner Countries/Organisations along the cycle of operations by providing technical inputs and by assisting in carrying out analysis, studies and providing opinions and advice.


We are looking for specialists in the following technical fields:

1. Support to legal migration and mobility

1.1 Labour migration, including fair recruitment, migration related skills development, pre-departure measures, protection of migrant workers’ rights

1.2 Student exchanges, academic and researchers’ mobility

1.3 Free movement

2. Addressing irregular migration

2.1 Activities related to combating smuggling of migrants

2.2 Support to Integrated Border Management

2.3 Support to voluntary returns of migrants

2.4 Support to reintegration of returned migrants and their origin communities

2.5 Support to information and awareness raising, campaigns on the risks of irregular migration and the possibility of using legal migration channels

2.6 Activities related to combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims

3. Response to forced displacement

3.1 Support to resettlement and repatriation of refugees

3.2 Support to return of Internally displaced persons (IDPs)

3.3 Support to reintegration of returned refugees and IDPs

3.4 Support for refugees’ or their host communities’ access to basic services such as health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), nutrition, shelter and settlements, social protection

3.5 Support for IDPs or their host communities’ access to basic services such as health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), nutrition, shelter and settlements, social protection

3.6 Protection of refugees including regularization and documentation

3.7 Protection of IDPs including regularization and documentation

4. Addressing root causes of irregular migration and forced displacement

4.1 Related to socio-political drivers (instability, fragility, conflict and violence)

4.2 Related to socio-economic drivers (as e.g. poverty, lack of access to basic services, unemployment etc.)

4.3 Related to climate change, disasters and environmentally related displacement etc.

5. Support to migration governance / migration management

5.1 Support to any migration and forced displacement dialogue (e.g. Khartoum Process, Rabat Process, Budapest Dialogue, UNHCR Support Platforms, UNODC Niamey Declaration, Iran-EU migration dialogue etc.)

5.2 Support to global processes (as the implementation of the Global Compact for Refugees, the UNSG’s High Level Panel on IDPs, the Platform on Disaster Displacement etc.)

5.3 Support to advanced administrative capacity building for strengthened migration governance and readmission

5.4 Support for interoperability solutions in relation to the existing databases in particular biometrics capture, including purchase and installation, or link to border management databases at external borders

6. Migration and development

6.1. Diaspora engagement

6.2. Support to reducing costs of remittances as well as to their productive use

7. Protection of migrants

7.1 Support to regularization, registration, documentation and integration of immigrants

7.2 Children on the move or affected by migration /forced displacement

7.3 Migrant women, gender issues

7.4 Migrants in detention

7.5 Migrants who are victims of trafficking in human beings or at risk of becoming victims of trafficking

8. Collection, analysis and dissemination of migration/forced displacement-related data