JHA Agencies

Our bonds are our strength: the EU Justice and Home Affairs agencies

Our bonds are our strength: the EU Justice and Home Affairs agencies
18 March 2020

In a common area, we need common answers found in solidarity. This requires networks that cooperate, exchange information, and work alongside each other. To this end, nine EU agencies have joined forces under the guidance of the European Institutions. They establish knowledge centres, judicial and law enforcement training and cooperation, training programmes and IT systems to back the countries of our common area, help manage borders, immigration and migration flows, support the development of a common European Asylum System, promote equality between women and men, tackle drug-related...

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EU Agencies join 10-year anniversary of EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter

12 November 2019

The nine EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies are marking the 10-year anniversary of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights by pledging to continue to respect and promote fundamental rights throughout the work.

“Over the 10 years the Charter have impacted the way we approach our training and it has been an inspiration,”

says CEPOL Executive Director Dr. h. c. Detlef Schröder.

“In fact, our Agency’s founding Regulation clearly requests us to dedicate particular emphasis to the protection of human rights and

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More cooperation and inclusion to better protect EU Citizens

22 November 2019

Innovation, interoperability and diversity and inclusion on top of the agenda for the Heads the EU Justice and Home Affairs agencies meeting at Europol.

On 22 November, the Heads of the nine EU Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies met at Europol’s headquarters in The Hague. The discussions focused on the implementation of the New Strategic Agenda 2019-2024, the state-of-play of the interoperability project and the common efforts in...

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