The Head of Secretariat of the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) talks about the organisation and its work.
Based on Commission proposals, the Justice and Home Affairs Council adopted in September 2015 two Decisions to relocate 160,000 asylum seekers from Italy and Greece, to assist them in dealing with the pressures of the refugee crisis. Under the relocation scheme, asylum seekers in clear need of international protection arriving in Greece and Italy are relocated to other Member States where they will have their asylum applications processed. If these applications are successful, the asylum seekers will be granted refugee status in the Member State to which they have been relocated. The European Commission provides financial support to the Member States participating in the relocation scheme.
Video from UGV and metal detector test in DOVO military base. The objective of TIRAMISU is to provide a toolbox for removal of anti-personnel mines, submunitions and UXO.
The integration of migrants into Europe
COREPOL - Role of the police
A testimony by Cristina, a minor Romanian girl trafficked to Spain and Belgium and forced to steel.
The latest episode of "On the front line" - a programme by the Euronews channel. This time on the subject of Europe's readiness in case of a possible major terror attack.
As part of the action to assist frontline Member States which face disproportionate migratory pressures at the EU’s external borders, in the European Agenda on Migration presented in May 2015, the European Commission proposed to develop a new Hotspot approach. EASO, Frontex, Europol and Eurojust work on the ground with the authorities of the frontline Member State to help to fulfil their obligations under EU law and swiftly identify, register and fingerprint incoming migrants. The Hotspot approach has contributed to the implementation of the temporary relocation schemes proposed by the European Commission on 27 May and 9 September 2015. Italy and Greece were the first two Members States where this Hotspot approach was implemented. The operational support provided under the Hotspot approach concentrates on registration, identification, fingerprinting and debriefing of asylum seekers, as well as return operations.
EU-funded projects UNCOSS & TALOS on euronews futuris - Des robots garde-frontières
Europe against terrorism
COREPOL - Preliminary findings
A testimony by Marc, a young man from the UK forced to perform hard physical labour in construction. (19 June 2012)
The latest episode of "On the front line" - a programme by the Euronews channel. This time on the subject of Cybercrime and the Dark Net.
Based on the information received from Member States and Dublin Associated States, displaced people in need of protection were resettled to EU countries since the start of the resettlement scheme agreed on 20 July 2015
The goal of the SAVASA project is to create a common platform that provides for the decoupling of CCTV and Video Archive installations from technologies that are generally proprietary and based on diverse technical principles.
What are EU home affairs?
COREPOL - The european dimension
A testimony by Teodora, a young woman from Romania trafficked to Belgium to become a prostitute. (19/06/2012)
Project led by Association Française des Victimes du Terrorisme and co-financed by ISEC.
The European Union gives more than €1 billion a year to help refugees forced to flee their homes. This vital humanitarian funding provides access to essential services.
On the World Refugee Day 2016, football stars Marouane Fellaini and Anja Mittag have joined forces with the EU to show that they care about refugees worldwide.
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More about EU life-saving support for refugees: http://bit.ly/WRDYT
Video by European Union/ECHO