In November 2017, the European Commission will present a report on progress achieved under the European Agenda on Migration. Bringing together all strands of the Agenda, the report will focus on the progress made since September and will identify areas where further effort is needed.
In September 2017, the European Commission reviewed progress on the 2015 European Agenda on Migration setting out the next steps to put in place a stronger, fairer and more effective EU migration and asylum policy. The European Council in its meeting of October 2017 noted the results achieved on all fronts, and called for this work to be consolidated. Taking the work forward, the Commission has committed to present a regular, consolidated report on progress achieved covering all dimensions of the European Agenda on Migration.
The European Agenda on Migration adopted in 2015 put in place the framework to take forward better migration management in all its aspects. It has shaped the Union's response to the crisis situation and provided a solid framework for structural changes needed in our migration and asylum systems.
In November 2017, the Commission will publish a Progress Report on the European Agenda of Migration.