This is fra.europa.eu, the official website of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). It is managed by the web team in the Agency's Communication Department, and provides a wide range of information about the FRA's work, including its research and surveys, publications, events, co-operation activities and more.
In addition to this website, the FRA also maintains two online databases of fundamental rights-related information, which are:
- Charterpedia - a compilation of international, EU and national constitutional law structured around the Charter of Fundamental Rights
- Case law database - a comprehensive compilation of leading case law on discrimination on various grounds in the EU Member States
We have also developed a version of the Charterpedia specially for mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. To access it, go to the following URL on your mobile device:
This site uses modern web standards (HTML5 and CSS3) developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international body responsible for web-related standards. It is viewable in all modern browsers and mobile devices, and is designed to also work in older browsers, although the full functionality may not be available. If you are using an older browser and experience any difficulties with the site, you may wish to consider upgrading your browser.
Technical requirements for the FRA data visualisation tool
The FRA data visualization tool (see the visualisation of the EU LGBT survey results here) is designed to work in all modern browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 9+, as well as recent versions of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Opera. If you are using an old browser such Internet Explorer 8 or earlier, we recommend that you either upgrade to version 9+ or use instead the latest version of one of the other browsers listed above.
We are committed to making this site as accessible as possible for all users, including those with disabilities. For more details, please see our accessibility section.
We offer a number of RSS feeds where you can get the latest news on FRA publications, press releases, events, etc. For more details, please see the RSS section.
We try to reach as broad an audience as possible by making our content available in multiple languages (For more see FRA's online language policy). This website is currently available in English, French and German. In addition, many of our publications, press releases and other content are available in other languages in PDF format (For more about FRA's publications please see FRA's publications policy).
Enquiries may be sent to email@example.com in any official EU language. FRA is committed to further developing its language policy according to the available resources.
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The Agency is committed to safeguarding the privacy of users of this website, while aiming to provide a personalised and valuable service. For more information, see the data protection page.
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Please be informed that all non-official documents produced by the EUMC (EU Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia, which was the predecessor organisation of FRA), such as working documents (including "working definitions") and conference papers have been archived and are no longer available on this website. The official EUMC documents such as annual reports and thematic reports are, however, still available.