The agency will co-host two training seminars on the Charter of Fundamental Rights in Warsaw on 20 and 21 February, together with the Polish Ombudsman.
On 20 February in Brussels, the agency will take part in an inter-service workshop organised by the European Commission’s Research and Innovation Directorate-General.
In response to a request of the European Parliament of 6 February 2019, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights has issued an Opinion on the Proposal for a Regulation on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online and its fundamental rights implications.
The third experts’ meeting on the state of play of the implementation of the EU’s Directive on procedural safeguards for children who are suspects or accused in criminal proceedings will take place in Brussels on 19 February.
Stricter migration laws and policies continue to take their toll on migrants’ fundamental rights, finds the agency’s latest report on migration-related fundamental rights concerns. It highlights the hardening political stance in Member States, difficulties in claiming asylum, and poor reception conditions during the cold winter months.
The agency took part in meetings of the EU Agencies Network, organised by the current Chair, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
Michael O'Flaherty focuses on European values in the context of the 10th anniversary of the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
All partners of the agency’s multidisciplinary research network, FRANET, will meet in Vienna on 14 February.
The Romanian Presidency of the EU Council held a conference on the fight against antisemitism: a common approach to better protect Jewish communities in Europe – from policy to action.
The agency shared findings and learnings from its work on civil society space with the Swiss Development Agency on 14 February.
The agency joined the 7th conference of ‘Shared Awareness and De-confliction in the Mediterranean’, organised by the EU Naval Force Mediterranean.
The agency took part in the annual coordination and planning meeting of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) Network of Courts and Tribunals.
The agency will contribute to discussions on promoting and protecting the rights of suspects and the accused in criminal proceedings during a meeting from 12 to 13 February in Budapest.
The agency took part in the 98th Meeting of National Contact Points of the European Migration Network (EMN).
The agency’s Scientific Committee will meet on 8 February at FRA. At this meeting, members will discuss FRA reports and have an exchange on current FRA research activities.
The Romanian EU Presidency has invited the Director to take part in the informal Justice and Home Affairs Council that will take place from 7 to 8 February in Bucharest.
An internal cooperation meeting will be held on 7 February at the Council of Europe’s premises in Paris to step up and strengthen cooperation between the the European Commission, the agency and the Council of Europe in the area of child rights.
On 6 February in Bratislava, the agency will speak at a high-level conference on combating antisemitism in the OSCE region about its findings on the experiences of Jewish people of hate crime and discrimination.
The agency will present its handbook on European law relating to access to justice during a training seminar organised by the European Judicial Training Network.
The Advisory Panel of the agency’s Fundamental Rights Platform will convene from 5 to 6 February at FRA.