SPEECH/14/700  17-10-2014 - EU takes eradication of trafficking in human beings from words to action 
European Commission - European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs EU EU Press Conference Brussels, 17 October 2014 Between 2010-2012, 30.146 women, men, girls and boys were registered as victims of trafficking in the EU Member States. That means 30.146 broken lives, and as many broken dreams.
STATEMENT/14/304  09-10-2014 - Joint statement Malmström - Alfano on the informal Ministerial dinner with IT companies 
European Commission - European Commission Statement Luxembourg, 9 October 2014 Yesterday evening, Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and Minister Angelino Alfano hosted an informal ministerial dinner, which brought together EU Member States' Ministers of Home Affairs and senior representatives of Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft.
STATEMENT/14/302  07-10-2014 - Statement by EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström on operation Triton 
European Commission - European Commission Brussels, 7 October 2014 Statement "Italy and the EU Agency Frontex are making good progress in preparing the joint operation Triton, coordinated by Frontex. The main elements have now been agreed and Frontex has sent out a call for participation to EU Member States.
STATEMENT/14/296  02-10-2014 - Commissioner Cecilia Malmström commemorates the Lampedusa tragedy 
European Commission - European Commission Statement Brussels, 2 October 2014 One year ago, I visited Lampedusa together with Italy’s Prime Minister Letta, Interior Minister Alfano and Commission President Barroso. We were standing in front of rows of coffins containing the bodies of the victims of the Lampedusa shipwreck, which happened on 3 October...
STATEMENT/14/285  01-10-2014 - Statement of Commissioner Malmström on the entry into force of the Readmission Agreement between Turkey and the EU 
European Commission - European Commission Brussels, 1 October 2014 Statement "I welcome today's entry into force of the Readmission Agreement between Turkey and the EU. It concludes a long process and represents a significant step forward. Thanks to this agreement it will be possible to swiftly return persons who are irregularly residing on...
SPEECH/14/643  30-09-2014 - How far have we come in uniting against child sexual abuse online? 
European Commission - European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Cecilia Malmström EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ministerial conference of the Global Alliance against child sexual abuse online Washington, 30 September 2014 Attorney General, Ministers, Excellences, ladies and gentlemen, I am so sorry I cannot be with you in Washington today.
STATEMENT/14/281  16-09-2014 - Commissioner Malmström welcomes IOM investigation on tragedies at sea and calls for more efforts to fight smuggler networks 
European Commission - European Commission Statement Brussels, 16 September 2014 "I deeply deplore the loss of lives outside the Libyan and Maltese coasts last week, my thoughts go out to the friends and families of the victims. I welcome the work of the International Organization for Migration, contributing to shedding light over this...
STATEMENT/14/259  28-08-2014 - Statement by Commissioner Malmström after the meeting with Italian Interior Minister Alfano 
European Commission - European Commission Brussels, 27 August 2014 Statement It is a pleasure for me to be here today and to receive my friend Minister Alfano. We have had a very intense and constructive meeting and I thank the Minister for his visit.
STATEMENT/14/256  24-08-2014 - Statement from Commissioner Malmström following the recent tragedies in the Mediterranean 
European Commission - European Commission Brussels, 24 August 2014 Statement I am appalled by these new tragedies at sea and I express my condolences to the victims and their families. I also thank the Italian authorities for the huge efforts put in place to assist and rescue thousands of migrants over the last...
STATEMENT/14/243  30-07-2014 - Statement by Cecilia Malmström on the first World Day against Trafficking in Persons 
European Commission - European Commission Brussels, 30 July 2014 Statement "Trafficking in human beings is a gross violation of human rights and knows no borders. Unscrupulous criminals target women and men, girls and boys, and exploit them for abhorrent forms of exploitation: from sexual exploitation, to forced labour and forced criminality.