The purpose of the new Police Cooperation package is to step-up the security and safety across Europe. Strengthening internal security is crucial to combat cross-border crime in the Schengen, the world’s largest free travel area.
The Directorate-General for Migration and Home-Affairs is planning to launch a procurement procedure for a middle-value contract for a service contract for technical and operational tasks related to the Parallel and Coordinated Exercise (PACE).
This year on the European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation we take time to reflect on how to make the circle of trust truly safe for children.
The 6th European Migration Forum highlighted migrants’ contribution to the EU’s economic and social recovery post-pandemic
A set of explanatory videos has just been published, providing a concise but comprehensive visual overview of the main objectives and actions supported by each of the home affairs funding instruments.
The report launched today by the WeProtect Global Alliance provides evidence of the scale and nature of child sexual exploitation and calls for a stronger global response to prevent and combat this crime.
Today, European high-level representatives, policy makers, practitioners, researchers and experts gathered to mark the 10-year anniversary of the EU-funded Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN).
The registration enables carriers to perform a query in the EU IT systems before transporting passengers to the Schengen Area, as is their obligation under EU law.
On 29 September, Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson travelled to The Hague to deliver a keynote speech in the 2021 European Police Chiefs Convention (EPCC). The Convention took place between 27 and 30 September, jointly organised by Europol and Slovenia’s Presidency of the Council of EU.
One year after the adoption of the proposal for the New Pact on Migration and Asylum, the Commission is presenting today a Report on Migration and Asylum.