Instrument For Stablity 2014-2020
- Justice, Fundamental Rights and Home Affairs
BUDGET: € 2 338, 72 million (current prices); € 2.075,1 million (2011 prices)
- To act in a situation of crisis or emerging crisis,
- To swiftly contribute to stability by providing an effective response to help preserve,
- Establish or re-establish the conditions essential to the proper implementation of the Union's development and cooperation policies;
- To prevent conflicts, ensure preparedness to address pre-and post-crisis situations and build peace;
- To address specific global and trans-regional threats having a destabilising effect, including climate change.
- Response to a situation of urgency, crisis or emerging crisis, a situation posing a threat to democracy, law and order, the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, or the security and safety of individuals, or a situation threatening to escalate into armed conflict or severely to destabilise the third country or countries concerned;
- Preserving peace, preventing conflicts, strengthening international security and assisting populations, countries and regions confronting natural or man-made disasters, crises and conflicts affecting countries world-wide and other factors such as terrorism, organised crime, climate change, cyber security challenges and threats and natural disasters pose a risk to world stability and security.
International and regional organisations State and non-state actors.
International and regional organisations, state and non-state actors.
The financial envelope for implementation of this Regulation over the period 2014 to 2020 is EUR 2 828 900 000. Annual appropriations shall be authorised by the budgetary authority within the limits of the financial framework.
In the period 2014 to 2020 at least 65 percentage points of the financial envelope shall be allocated to measures falling under Article 3.
RESPONSIBLE BODY: DG: EuropeAid Development & Cooperation (DEVCO)