A testimony by Teodora, a young woman from Romania trafficked to Belgium to become a prostitute. (19/06/2012)
The latest episode of "On the front line" - a programme by the Euronews channel. This time on the issue of human trafficking for sexual exploitation.
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.
SURVEILLE project: interview with dr Quirine A.M. Eijkman, Leiden University.
What are EU home affairs?
BIO-Protect, a European FP7 project comprising 7 partners, has developed a fast-alert, easy-to-use device for the fast-detection and identification of airborne bacteria, spores, viruses and toxins.
A testimony by Affoué, a young woman from Ivory Coast trafficked to work in a household in France. (19/06/2012)
Former member of a revolutionary Islamist group speaks about his previous life, the evolution of his opinions and his anti-radicalisation work.
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
SURVEILLE project: interview with dr Claudia Diaz, KU Leuven.
Europe against organised crime
BONAS european project (Bomb Factory detection by Network of Advanced Sensors) has been set up to develop a range of sensors for detecting parent compounds of explosive devices.