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With over 300 civil society organisations working on numerous fundamental rights issues across the EU, the FRP is the agency’s channel for cooperation and information exchange. Bringing together a diverse group of actors on the European, national, and local levels, it is a unique forum that allows a truly European debate on fundamental rights.
Through the FRP, civil society organisations are directly informed about the agency’s work, explore synergies with their activities, and provide valuable input into the FRA’s Annual Work Programme and Annual Report, helping to better tailor the agency’s work to the real needs of European citizens.
What does the FRP do?
- get first-hand information about FRA’s work
- provide feedback and suggestions for the agency’s Annual Work Programme and Annual Report
- participate as stakeholders at different stages of FRA thematic projects
- take part in the annual Fundamental Rights Platform meetings, which discuss issues of mutual concern and are also opportunities to share knowledge and become acquainted
- regularly exchange information in the e-FRP, an online communication platform
- elect an advisory panel that assists FRA’s director in coordinating FRP activities