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Current and upcoming events View all
FRA will take part in a consultative meeting in Vienna on 20 April on antisemitic hate crime, organised by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR).
21/04/2015 to 23/04/2015
FRA will conduct local site visits to the municipality of Bologna from 21-23 April as part of its local engagement for Roma inclusion (LERI) project.
FRA will take part in a thematic debate on managing diversity in European municipalities and regions in Vienna on 21 April.
22/04/2015 to 24/04/2015
FRA will present its work on the rights of people with disabilities at two Council of Europe meetings on 22-24 April.
FRA will take part in a radio debate with the Members of the European Parliament on the potential adoption of the anti-discrimination directive, which has been blocked since 2008.
On 23 April FRA will contribute to the discussions of the Council of the EU’s Frontiers Working Party in Brussels.
FRA will launch its latest child rights report ‘Child-friendly justice, perspectives and experiences of professionals’ on 5 May in Brussels, during two live radio debates with Members of the European Parliament.
FRA will launch the report from its ‘Severe Labour Exploitation in the European Union’ project at a high-level event at the Council of the EU on 2 June in Brussels.
Past Events View all
14/04/2015 to 15/04/2015
On 14-15 April, FRA will invite civil society experts to discuss the preliminary findings of its research on violence against children with disabilities, which is scheduled for publication in autumn.
13/04/2015 to 14/04/2015
The nine members of the Advisory Panel of FRA’s Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP) and FRA will meet in Vienna on 13-14 April.
13/04/2015 to 14/04/2015
FRA will give a keynote presentation on women’s experiences of abuse in childhood during two high-level events in Orebro, Sweden on 13-14 April.
On 31 March, FRA will present its fundamental rights-based police training manual during a training course on ‘Fundamental Rights and Police Ethics’ in Brdo near Kranj, Slovenia.
On 30 March, FRA will take part in a public hearing at the European Parliament in Brussels.
30/03/2015 to 31/03/2015
Representatives from across the EU will gather in Riga on 30-31 March to discuss ways to improve hate crime reporting and recording.