On 7 September 2012 the FRA took part in the European Regional of National Human Rights Institutions' Workshop on Business and Human Rights in Berlin, with a presentation in the session on ‘European regional institutions: What impact, what potential?'.
FRA took part in a consultation meeting on "Understanding the underserved populations to achieve better immunisation" in Dublin, hosted by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
In May 2012, FRA held its 3rd annual symposium on data protection. This year's event focused on the fundamental rights dimension of the Data Protection Reform package, which the European Commission proposed in January 2012.
The Fundamental Rights Agency is inviting non-governmental organisations and other civil society institutions, active in the field of fundamental rights at national, European and international level to apply to participate in the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP).
A delegation of seven Senators from the Parliament of the Czech Republic visited the FRA in Vienna on 3 July, where they met the Agency’s Director, Morten Kjaerum, and staff members. The Senators are members of the Committee on EU Affairs, which is chaired by Luděk Sefzig.