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The Academy of European Law in Trier hosted a seminar on ‘Access to justice for crime victims in the EU – Focus on minimum standards in criminal proceedings’ on 10–11 April.
FRA spoke at an international symposium on human rights and disability, organised by the the Austrian Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection and the Council of Europe.
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28/04/2014 to 29/04/2014
FRA will co-organise a seminar together with the Hellenic Presidency of the Council of the EU on combating hate crime.
Director Morten Kjaerum will take part in informal ministerial discussions on the future of the European Area of Justice on 28 April in Helsinki.
Ahead of the European Parliament elections, FRA will outline some of the difficulties people with disabilities have in exercising their right to political participation.
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El País: A one-time victim of domestic abuse has created a foundation to help women in the same situation. ...2010, complaints have dropped nearly three percent a year. The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights reports that 22 percent of Spanish women say they...
The Malta Independent: One in three women has suffered a beating or some form of abuse worldwide, according to Amnesty International. ...hassle of taking their aggressor up to court. A study by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) carried out among women from...
Kansan Uutiset: EU:n komissio tuskastui: tasa-arvo etenee, mutta nykyvauhdilla hitaasti. ...ja parlamentinjäsenistä 27 prosenttia on naisia. Euroopan unionin perusoikeusviraston toteuttaman naisiin kohdistuvaa väkivaltaa koskevan Euroopan...