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FRA is sad to report the death of Jean-Pierre Dintilhac, the French member of FRA’s Management Board.
This year International Women’s Day focuses on inspiring change. A recent report from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) points to the need for wide-ranging change across many different areas to help combat high levels of violence against women across the European Union.
On 4 March, FRA presented a preview of the results from its study on violence against women to a hearing in the Austrian Parliament in Vienna.
Upcoming events View all
10/03/2014 to 11/03/2014
The FRA Scientific Committee will hold its 24th Meeting on 10-11 March at FRA. During the first day the Committee will discuss recent FRA reports and events.
12/03/2014 to 14/03/2014
FRA will take part in the General Assembly Meeting of the European Network of National Human Rights Institutions (ENNHRI) and in the 27th General meeting of the International Coordinating Committee of National Institutions for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (ICC27).
12/03/2014 to 13/03/2014
On 12-13 March, FRA will hold a stakeholder and survey expert meeting at the Agency.
FRA in the news View all
Article on victims of violence by the Everyday Sexism project in The Guardian
Andres Anvelt: Violence hidden in plain sight
Article by Estonian Social Democrat and former head of police, Andres Anvelt, on domestic violence, quoting the FRA VAW study extensively.
ABC.es: ..."Una de cada cinco españolas de más de 15 años -el 22 %- ha sufrido violencia física o sexual, y de las víctimas, menos de una quinta parte denunció a la Policía la agresión más grave, según un estudio presentado hoy por laAgencia de Derechos Fundamentales de la Unión Europea (FRA)." ...