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 FRA's work, including its research and surveys, publications, events, co-operation activities and more.
In addition to this website, FRA also maintains an e-learning platform.
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