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Final report on the activities of JHA agencies’ network in 2023 is out

The Final Report on the Justice and Home Affairs agencies’ network was recently released, providing a detailed overview of the network’s activities, priorities and main achievements for 2023.

Throughout the year, the agencies addressed various topics, including combating transnational crime and terrorism, preventing exploitation, and fostering law enforcement cooperation on issues related to illicit drug-trafficking. Furthermore, they introduced new initiatives to tackle cybersecurity threats, and worked together to promote and protect fundamental rights, address gender inequality, and safeguard personal data.

Digitalisation, the implementation of the EU Green Deal, cybersecurity along with information provision in mixed migration situations, were key priorities for the networks’ work programme. The European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA), which chaired the network throughout the year, initiated and organised several activities under each priority.;


The Justice and Home Affairs Agencies Network was established in 2010 and includes nine EU agencies working in the field of justice and home affairs.

Agencies collaborate in areas such as migration, asylum, external border management, fundamental rights, gender equality, the fight against organised crime, terrorism, illicit drugs and drugs addiction.


Read the full report: JHAAN 2023 Final Report

Link:, dated April 18, 2024 2:38 pm

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