On 19 January the Commission launched two calls for evidence asking the public for their views on initiatives related to the fight against corruption. A Communication on EU anti-corruption policy and a proposal for a directive in the fight against corruption.
On 10 January Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson, and Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit, hosted the first meeting of the Labour Migration Platform with representatives from Member States specialising in migration and employment policy
European Commission presents study “Strengthening the fight against corruption: assessing the EU legislative and policy framework”
On 3 January 2023, the European Commission published the study “Strengthening the fight against corruption: assessing the EU legislative and policy framework”.
On 14 December 2022, the 15th Experience-sharing Workshop in the Fight against Corruption took place in Brussels. The Commission regularly organises experience-sharing workshops to exchange knowledge and best practices how to fight corruption with experts in Member States national administrations.
As part of EU action to aid Ukraine, the European Commission created a project to train and donate fifty explosive and mine detection dogs to Ukrainian authorities. This is a European project lead by Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME) and Foreign Policy Instrument.
In this handbook the Joint Research Centre brings together scientists, experts and academia for a book that dives deep into how open public spaces can be planned and built in a more secure way, through security by design.
On 13 December, The European Commission made two announcements that aim to improve security in the EU and to tackle crime. The EU action plan against trafficking in cultural goods and the proposed Regulations to strengthen the use of advance passenger information.
EU Internet Forum: Unified action needed in the fight against child abuse online and terrorist content online
On 7 December Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson hosted the 8th Ministerial Meeting of the EU Internet Forum. The event gathered EU Member states, industry, academia, law enforcement, European agencies and international partners.
On Tuesday 29 November, DG HOME, together with DG RTD and REA, organised a CERIS workshop, which brought together almost 140 participants, including practitioners, policy makers and researchers.
The Commission has presented an EU Action Plan on the Western Balkans ahead of the EU-Western Balkans Summit of 6 December 2022 and the Justice and Home Affairs Council on 8 December.