17 October 2014: Between 2010-2012, 30.146 women, men, girls and boys were registered as victims of trafficking in the EU Member States. That means 30.146 broken lives, and as many broken dreams.
30 September 2014: Attorney General, Ministers, Excellences, ladies and gentlemen, I am so sorry I cannot be with you in Washington today.
17 June 2014: Colleagues, friends, ladies and gentlemen, Good morning and thank you all for coming to Brussels today.
4 June 2014: The Estrella de Europa is awarded every year by the Municipality of Zaragoza to people or institutions active in upholding European values.
15 May 2014: Dear Chair, your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, Seven months ago in New York, we took important steps during the UN High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development.
1 April 2014: First of all let me thank Vice-President Antonio Tajani for his excellent cooperation which has allowed us to design, present and adopt this package of new measures that will seriously...
24 March 2014: A Common European Asylum System I will focus on a fundamental right that is very close to my heart, one that is easy to proclaim...
11 March 2014: When I took office as EU Commissioner for Home Affairs in 2009, an ambitious agenda was set out by the Stockholm program.
6 March 2014: Ladies and gentlemen, colleagues, It is a pleasure to be here today to talk about the EU anti-corruption report and discuss how we can...
10 February 2014: The EC3 was created within Europol only year ago as the EU focal point in the fight against cybercrime. The Centre was set up to help protect European citizens and businesses.
3 February 2014: Corruption erodes trust in public institutions and in democracy, it undermines our internal market, it hampers foreign investment, it costs tax payers millions, and in many cases it helps organised crime groups do their dirty work.
31 January 2014: There is sometimes a notion – as the title of today's panel indicates – that there is a trade-off between freedom and security. I disagree with this notion and will explain why.
29 January 2014: Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, dear friends In June this year the European Council will provide us with its view on where the European Union needs to move in the area of Justice and Home Affairs.
15 January 2014: We are currently facing a growing extremist threat which has mutated and evolved in the last few years, spreading across our continent.
4 December 2013: Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen, It is indeed a very important afternoon and I am honoured to stand here with you Minister Davutoğlu and Commissioner Füle.
27 November 2013: Today we adopted a number of reports and documents on the EU-U.S. cooperation in the Home Affairs and Justice area.
12 November 2013: Minister, Director, Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fundamental Rights Agency has chosen an extremely important topic for this year' conference – hate crimes.
21 October 2013: Tragic gun attacks in Europe have repeatedly caught our attention in recent years, notably in Norway, Belgium, Finland, France and Italy to mention but a few.
10 October 2013: European Commission Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Commissioner Speech - Commissioner European Parliament Plenary/Strasbourg 9 October 2013 Dear Madam President, Honourable members, ladies and gentlemen.
9 October 2013: Mi aggiungo ai Presidenti Letta e Barroso e al Ministro Alfano nell'esprimere le mie condoglianze alle famiglie delle vittime. Questa tragedia interpella la coscienza di ognuno di noi.
4 October 2013: European Commission Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Speech - United Nations High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development / New York 3 October 2013 Migrants can make very powerful contributions to our societies.
30 September 2013: Your Majesty, your Excellencies, and distinguished guests, As we speak here today, thousands of women and girls across the world and within the...
25 September 2013: We are here today to discuss a very important topic – the relocation of beneficiaries of international protection and also of asylum seekers from one Member State to another.
24 September 2013: Dear President, Honourable members, ladies and gentlemen. I am here today to share with you my views on the press allegations about the possible access of the U.S.
13 September 2013: Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be part of this important event with such a wide and dynamic composition of researchers, policy makers and practitioners from all over the world.
19 June 2013: European Commission Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Speech: Kazerne Dossin, Mechelen, Belgium 18 June 2013 Last January, in the European Parliament, I participated at a ceremony in remembrance of the Holocaust. A film from the ghetto in Warsaw was shown.
14 June 2013: Let me first thank the Irish Presidency for the organisation of this event. The EU-U.S.
31 May 2013: Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I am very pleased to be here with you today, to launch the EU Civil Society Platform against Trafficking in Human...
27 May 2013: Mr President, Ladies and Gentlemen, First I would like to thank the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung for organising this conference on a very important subject.
16 May 2013: Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen, Cyberspace, and the internet in particular, have become an integral part of our lives.
16 May 2013: Good morning ladies and gentlemen, You know better than anyone the impact of natural disasters in Europe.
9 May 2013: Today is 9 May 2013. If we look 30 years ahead, on 30 May 2030, the world will look quite different.
2 May 2013: European Commission Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Speech: Homeland Security Policy Institute, George Washington University / Washington 30 April 2013 Ladies and Gentlemen, I'd like to thank the organisers and in particular director Frank Cilluffo for inviting me. Cyber security is now an issue on everyone's mind.
15 April 2013: More than 23.600 people were identified or presumed victims of trafficking in the EU over the period 2008 to 2010.
25 March 2013: Let me first of all thank Fatma and Bellarminus for being here with us today to share their views and their personal stories.
15 March 2013: Good afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen, I am delighted to participate in today’s conference on money laundering in the EU, and to have the opportunity to speak to such an impressive...
5 March 2013: Ladies and Gentlemen, colleagues and friends. Good morning I am very pleased to be here today, and I want to thank you all for coming to this workshop...
28 February 2013: In June 2011 the EU Heads of State and Government asked the European Commission to reinforce the management of external borders and guarantee the free movement of persons.
31 January 2013: It is both a pleasure and an honour to be here today together with Wolfgang Götz, Director of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, EMCDDA, and...
29 January 2013: Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to thank you all for coming to Brussels today.
28 January 2013: In September 2011 I launched the Radicalisation Awareness Network in order to sharpen EU and Member States tools to counter violent extremism.
23 January 2013: European Commission Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs SPEECH - Inauguration of the Raoul Wallenberg room in the European Parliament at the occasion of the Holocaust Remembrance Day/Brussels 22 January 2013 Nearly 70 years have passed since Nazi Germany lost its suffocating grip on Europe, and European countries began...
22 January 2013: Dear Mr Hustinx, Mr Buttarelli, Mr Docksey, dear guests, It is a pleasure for me to be here to mark the launch of the new EDPS Strategy, together with so many...
11 January 2013: Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to welcome you all to Den Haag and the opening of our European Cybercrime Centre, the EC³.
12 December 2012: Mr President, Honourable Members, Let me first of all congratulate the Rapporteur, Mr Swoboda and the European Parliament for a very substantive and timely...
5 December 2012: Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to welcome and thank you all for coming to Brussels today.
5 December 2012: First of all I would like to thank US Attorney General Eric Holder for being here with me today.
19 November 2012: I am delighted to welcome you all to our conference on the fight against illicit trafficking in firearms, in the EU and beyond.
15 November 2012: Let me congratulate the EMCDDA on its 17th Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in Europe.
7 November 2012: In the current challenging economic climate we have to focus our efforts on supporting EU growth and Visa policy as a powerful tool to increase tourism flows to the EU.