The Directorate-general for Home Affairs organises and supports networks where the members can exchange views and information on specific Home Affairs policies. In some networks the members are national administrations, in other cases NGOs or individual persons. Currently two of these networks are featured in the Home Affairs website – the European Migration Network and the Radicalisation Awareness Network.
The involvement of civil society is one of the cornerstones of European drugs policy as presented in the Commission's Green Paper of 26 June 2006 on the role of civil society in drugs policy in the European Union.
The European Migration Forum is a platform for dialogue between civil society organisations and European Institutions on migration, asylum and integration, meeting annually in Brussels.
EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.
In RAN, professionals exchange best practices in countering radicalisation and extremism.
CIWIN provides a platform to exchange Critical Infrastructure Protection related information.