European Commission provides Member States EUR 10.7 billion to address challenges in migration, border management, and security
From 2021 to 2027, the European Commission allocated EUR 10.7 billion to 27 Member States for programmes in the field of migration, border management, and security.
Thanks to temporary protection in the EU, Tonya finds hope
Tonya looks back on the last year and the assistance from the European Union which has helped her settle in the country. 24 February marks one year since Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine.
JRC Report maps programmes for help seekers to prevent Child Sexual Abuse in Europe
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) published an updated report on 14 February 2023 that maps existing prevention initiatives and services for those who seek help for fearing of committing offences directed at children, and persons who have already committed offences against children to stop recidivism.
Handbook of good practices in the fight against corruption
To aid Member States, practitioners, researchers and civil society, the European Commission today publishes a Handbook of good practices in the fight against corruption.
Commissioner Johansson meets Youth to discuss how to fight organised crime
On 23 January, in the context of the European Year of Youth, Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson and a group of young people from all over Europe held a policy dialogue ‘’Protect young people from organised crime’’.
The European Commission asks for the public’s view in the fight against corruption
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.
Labour migration: Commission and Member States advance cooperation through new platform
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”.
“Future of the fight against corruption”: DG HOME workshop on the fight against corruption
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.
EU mine detection dogs for Ukraine
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.