Follow-up meeting on the fundamental rights impact of practices to detect or report irregular migrants

The FRA will host a second meeting on the fundamental rights impact of practices to detect or report irregular migrants on 4 May.

The FRA will host a second meeting on the fundamental rights impact of practices to detect or report irregular migrants on 4 May. This meeting will seek Member State input to the ongoing FRA work on developing fundamental rights guidance on apprehension practices. Such practices may disproportionately discourage irregular migrants from accessing essential services, such as health and education, and legal services. This meeting is a follow-up to the first meeting on 2 March.