The handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration published together by FRA and the European Court of Human Rights is now available also in Danish, Finnish, Dutch as well as Turkish.
The December agreement between EU bodies on the reform of data protection rules across the EU heralds a new era for the fundamental right to data protection for individuals across the region. Marking the 10th European Data Protection day on 28 January, FRA looks forward to the stronger protection and safeguards that the rules will provide.
As refugees, asylum seekers and migrants continue to risk their lives to reach the EU, FRA will be publishing a monthly overview of the fundamental rights situation in the Member States that have seen the greatest numbers arriving in or passing through their territory.
On International Holocaust Remembrance day, FRA honours the memory of the victims and renews its calls for the EU and its Member States to increase their efforts to combat antisemitism, a phenomenon that shows no sign of waning.
The FRA Director, Michael O’Flaherty, addressed Members of the European Parliament in Brussels from 25-26 January for the first time in his capacity as the Agency’s head. It was a valuable opportunity to engage directly with MEPs to hear about their fundamental rights concerns and for them to keep abreast about FRA’s recent and ongoing work.