The Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies' network is made up of nine EU agencies working on a range of justice and security issues, such as migration and border management, combatting drug trafficking and organised crime, human trafficking, human and fundamental rights, and gender equality.
This makes them more effective and better able to serve the public. The JHA agencies take turns chairing the network and the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) chaired the network in 2018.
This report outlines the main joint activities carried out over 2018 - an impressive number of inter-agency activities accomplished over the year - some 80 in the field of migration and about 90 in the area of security.
The network examined the impact of digitalisation in their respective areas of activity, with a specific focus given to the different ways technology is affecting young women and men. JHA agencies also carried out activities on the ground to promote and protect fundamental rights and gender equality.
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