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Current and upcoming events View all
On 5 December, FRA will present the findings of its recent survey on Discrimination and hate crime against Jews in EU Member States at a conference, organised by the Polish Ombudsman in partnership with FRA.
FRA will give a presentation to the European Commission’s expert group on the policy needs of crime data.
In January, FRA will publish two new reports on data protection. One will look at access to data protection remedies across EU Member States while the other will be a handbook on European data protection law developed together with the Council of Europe.
On 5 March, FRA will present and discuss the full findings of its EU-wide survey on violence against women at a high-level seminar in secretariat of the Council of the European Union in Brussels.
Past Events View all
03/12/2013 to 05/12/2013
FRA will host a workshop for law enforcement officials at an international conference on ‘Human Rights Education and Training for the Civil & Public Service’.
At a meeting organised by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) in Brussels, FRA will learn of the results from the ICMPD’s feasibility study on the labour market impact of regularising migrants in Europe.
The FRA Scientific Committee will have its 23rd Meeting on 2 December at the the agency. During the meeting the Committee will discuss recent reports.
28/11/2013 to 29/11/2013
The FRA Director will visit Greece, in light of its upcoming presidency of the Council of the EU. He will explore common areas for cooperation during the presidency and further develop relations with key partners and stakeholders in Greece.
FRA will discuss relevant findings from its EU LGBT survey at a round table discussion on the situation of LGBT people in Europe held in Vienna on 27 November 2013.
This year the Justice and Home Affairs agencies will host their annual conference in Brussels. It will consist of a panel discussion at the European Parliament’s Committee for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.