European Justice and Home Affairs agencies present key 2021 achievements
At the annual meeting, nine European Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies presented key achievements of 2021, mainly focused on the contribution to the European Green Deal and digitalisation.
Throughout the year the agencies discussed the impact of climate change on migration and organised crime, looked at EU and international efforts in fighting environmental crimes, presented and exchanged ideas about how to make their administrations carbon-neutral and digital solutions that will make the agencies more effective.
At the meeting, the Heads of Agencies shared their assessment of the current political situation and common priorities for next year and highlighted the main key achievements of the network in 2021, including,
- A Seminar on environmental crime
- A Seminar “Understanding the Influence of climate change on Justice and Home Affairs”
- A Research study for European Border and Coast Guard (EBCG) and Frontex with a focus on green solutions – “How our community can become greener?”
- A Seminar on “How to make the JHA Agencies administrations carbon neutral by 2030?”
- The Joint paper on fighting environmental crime
The heads of the nine JHA agencies also signed a joint statement on the EU Green Deal, reaffirming their commitment to continue their efforts, within their respective mandates, to contribute to a safer and cleaner environment by undertaking activities ranging from operational to administrative actions.
Read the press release here.