DG HOME supports networks where members exchange views and information on specific home affairs and migration policies. In some networks the members are national administrations, in other cases NGOs or individual persons.
In the Radicalisation Awareness Network Practitioners (RAN Practitioners), professionals exchange best practices in countering radicalisation and extremism.
RAN Policy Support supports the Commission to facilitate exchanges among policy-makers across the EU on various radicalisation topics.
The European Migration Network (EMN) collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.
The Community for European Research and Innovation for Security (CERIS) continues and expands the work of the CoU, in light of the forthcoming Horizon Europe developments between 2021-2027.
The EU Internet Forum (EUIF) launched by the Commission in December 2015, addresses the misuse of the internet for terrorist purposes.
The European Migration Forum (EMF) is a platform for dialogue between civil society organisations and European Institutions on migration, asylum and integration.
The Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Network (CSAPN) brings together practitioners, researchers and other stakeholders to support prevention measures, to decrease child sexual abuse, and to facilitate the exchange of best practices.
Civil Society Forum on Drugs (CSF) is a Commission expert group on the role of civil society in drugs policy in the EU.
The Critical Infrastructure Warning Information Network (CIWIN) provides a platform to exchange information in protecting critical infrastructure.