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EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR MIGRATION AND HOME AFFAIRS The Director-General Brussels HOME/MV Vera DELEJA-HOTKO Open Knowledge Foundation Singerstraße 109 10179 Berlin Germany E-mail: v.deleja- ████████████████ Subject:          Your applicat ion for access to documents– GESTDEM 2022/2671 Dear Ms Deleja-Hotko, We refer to youre-mail of 12 May 2022 in which you make a request for access to documents, registered on      12 May 2022. Due to thenature of your request, covering areas falling under the responsibility                        more of Directorates-General, a partof your request shabeen attribute                d to Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations             1 . This reply relates only to the documents held by Directorate-General forMigration and Home Affairs registered under the -mentioned               above reference number    . You will receive thereply from DG NEARin due course. You request access to      documentsrelated to “correspondence- including, but not limited to, letters, e- mails, and any attachments between the HOME           DG        and the International Centre for Migration Policy (ICMPD) since 2016 until now             ”. We have identifiedthe following 18 documentsas falling within the scopeof your request: - A letter addressed to the EC, for a meeting request with ICMPD Director                               –    General March 2018, Ares(2022)5128185           ; - ICMPD input to the Targeted Consultation document                   towards the new EU strategy addressing trafficking in human beings       – July 2020, Ares(2022)5128119            ; - ICMPD feedback to roadmap on the revision of the EU Directive 2011/36                       – September 2021, Ares(2022)2140525        ; 1 GESTDEM 2022/2672. Commission européenne/Europese Commissie, Bruxelles/Brussel, 1049             BELGIQUE/BELGIË- Tel. +32 22991111

-   ICMPD contribution to the public consultation on the revision of the EU Anti- Trafficking Directive – March 2022 (2 documents): o “ICMPD Contribution to the Public Consultation on the revision of the EU Anti-Trafficking Directive”, Ares(2022)2140525; o “Feedback from: ICMPD”, Ares(2022)5128005; -   Email exchanges on ICAT Joint Submission to the Public consultation on the Anti- Trafficking Directive – March 2022, Ares(2022)5128064; -   Complete MPF Steering Committee minutes since 2016 (12 documents): st o 1 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695491, nd o 2 Meeting: Ares(2022)4694768, rd o 3 Meeting: Ares(2022)4694904, th o 4 Meeting: Ares(2022)4694964, th o 5 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695064, th o 6 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695112, th o 7 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695151, th o 8 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695430, th o 9 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695255, th o 10 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695297, th o 11 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695334, th o 12 Meeting: Ares(2022)4695389. Having examined the documents requested under the provisions of Regulation 1049/2001, I have come to the conclusion that the requested documents should be disclosed. However, a complete disclosure of the identified documents is prevented by the exception concerning the protection of privacy and the integrity of the individual outlined in Article 4(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001, because they contain the following personal data: -   the names and initials and contact information of Commission staff members not pertaining to the senior management; -   the names and initials and contact details of other natural persons; -   handwritten signatures signatures of natural persons; -   other information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. Article 9(1)(b) of the Data Protection Regulation does not allow the transmission of these personal data, except if you prove that it is necessary to have the data transmitted to you for a specific purpose in the public interest and where there is no reason to assume that the 2

legitimate interests of the data subject mightejudiced.          be pr In your request, you            do not express any particular interest to have accessthese                 to personal data nor do put              youforward any arguments to establish the necessity to have the data transmitted for a specific purpose in the public interest. Consequently, I conclude that, pursuant to Article 4(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001, access cannot be granted to the persona           l data contained in the requested documents, as the need to obtain access thereto for a purpose in the public interest has not been substantiated and there is no reason to think that the legitimate interests of the individuals concerned would not b prejudiced by disclosure of the personal data concerned. Please note thatdocumentsoriginating from third parties are disclosed to you based on Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001. However, this disclosure is without prejudice ules                                  to the r on intellectual property,which may limit your right to reproduce or exploit the released documentswithout the agreement of the originator, who may hold an intellectual property right on them. The European Commission does not assume any responsibility from their reuse. In caseyou would disagree with this position, you are entitled, in accordance with Article 7(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001, to submit a confirmatory application requesting the Commission to review this position. Such a confirmatory application should beessed                addr within 15 working days upon receipt of this letter to the Secretariat    -General of the Commission at the following address: European Commission           Secretariat  -General Transparency, Document Management & Access to Documents (SG.C.1) BERL 7/076 B-1049 Bruxelles or by email to:sg-acc-doc@ec.europa.eu Yours faithfully, ▎ ██████▎ █████████▎ 3 Electronically signed on 14/07/2022 11:38 (UTC+02) in accordance with Article 11 of Commission Decision (EU) 2021/2121