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Mapping victim support across the EU

In advance of the first comprehensive assessment of victim support services throughout the EU, to be published later this year in an in-depth report, FRA is making some of its comparative tables and maps available on its website.

Mental health support needed from an early age

As this year’s International Youth Day focuses on youth and mental health, FRA points to the need to address mental health issues from an early age. This will better prepare young people for employment and inclusion in the community by tackling the stigma and discrimination that many face during their formative years.

FRA strategic plan takes stock and looks ahead

FRA has now made available its five year Strategic Plan. The plan outlines the agency’s main achievements during its first five years from 2007 which served as the basis for setting the main strategic priorities for the following five years, starting from 2013.

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Joint meeting to dicuss rights of migrants and asylum seekers

A first-ever thematic platform meeting between FRA, the Council of Europe, the European Network of Equality Bodies (Equinet) and the European Network of National Human Rights Institutions (ENNHRI) will discuss asylum and migrant rights at FRA on 24 September.
10/11/2014 to 11/11/2014

Fundamental Rights Conference 2014 focuses on migration

The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) is dedicating its annual flagship event, the Fundamental Rights Conference (FRC), to discussing the importance of a fundamental rights-based approach to EU migration policy.

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The Difficult Work Of Measuring Anti-Semitism In Europe

FiveThirtyEight: Only five of the 28 EU countries, including the U.K., have comprehensive data on racist crimes and hate crimes against Jews, Muslims and Roma people, according to a December analysis by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, or FRA. “FRA has reiterated the necessity for EU member states to improve their data-collection methods,” Katya Andrusz, a spokeswoman for FRA, said in an email.

Omofobia, la mappa dell'odio in Europa. E l'Italia è il Paese che discrimina di più

L'Espresso: Un sondaggio dell'Unione Europea condanna senza appello il nostro Paese, relegato in fondo a tutte le classifiche quando si parla di libertà sessuale a scuola, sul posto di lavoro o al momento di accedere ai servizi. Anche a causa di una classe politica tra le più arretrate in materia. I nostri grafici per indagare il problema nei suoi vari aspetti.