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On 22 September, the Agency took part in a national meeting in Helsinki, to mark the end of the fieldwork phase of its Local Engagement for Roma Inclusion (LERI) project.
The Agency gave a speech on improving the legal protection, reporting and recording of hate crime in the EU at the conference ‘Hate Crime and Hate Speech in popular politics: the roles of criminal justice agencies’ in Belfast on 21-22 September 2016.
The Agency’s stakeholder engagement sector was in Brussels for a series of informal meetings with a range of different civil society organisations between 19-21 September.
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The Agency will take part in a panel on hate crime during the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights annual Human Dimension Implementation Meeting on 26 September in Warsaw.
27/09/2016 to 30/09/2016
An expert meeting on age assessment procedures will take place in Malta on 27-30 of September, convened by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO).
The Agency will present some of its latest data protection work to the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party on 27 September in Brussels.
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Schwerpunkt des FRA-Septemberberichts (zur Lage im August) ist die Familienzusammenführung – laut FRA-Sprecherin Katya Andrusz "ein Kinder besonders stark betreffendes Thema". Ein Drittel der 2015 in der EU Angekommenen seien Kinder, diese seien auf familiären Zusammenhalt besonders angewiesen.
EFE: A European Union human rights agency on Friday said that racist attacks and legal obstacles are an increasing problem for the international community's ever-growing migrant population. The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) report came as EU leaders gathered in Bratislava to discuss possible reforms for the bloc.
Family reunifications for migrants in Europe becoming more and more difficult
EUnews.it: Secondo l’ultimo rapporto dell’Agenzia europea per i diritti fondamentali i viaggi dei profughi, un terzo dei quali è un minore non accompagnato, sono la prima causa della divisione delle famiglie.