FRA, in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Austria, is organising a workshop on 14-15 December at the Agency to discuss the development of a toolbox on communicating respect, tolerance and non-discrimination in the EU.
On 14 December, FRA will take part in a conference on the investigation and adjudication of hate and discrimination crimes organised in Barcelona by the Centre of Legal Studies and Specialised Education of the Autonomous Government of Catalonia in cooperation with the Superior Public Prosecution Service.
FRA will take part in the Open Day of Human Rights Office of the City of Vienna together with other Vienna-based international organisations, such as the UNHCR, the Austrian Commission for UNESCO, the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) and the Austrian representation of the European Parliament.
FRA will present key findings from its 2014 Annual Report at the ‘Fundamental Rights in Europe Conference’ on 10 December in Rome, organised by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Giacomo Brodolini Foundation.
FRA will present key findings from its ‘National intelligence authorities and surveillance in the EU: Fundamental rights safeguards and remedies’ report at an official hearing of the Italian parliamentary committee for the security of the Republic (Copasir), which will be held on 9 December at the Italian Senate in Rome.
FRA will present key findings from its 2014 Annual Report and the 2015 report on severe labour exploitation during the ‘Fundamental Rights in Europe Seminar’ on 2 December in Lisbon, organised by the Centre for Studies for Social Inclusion (CESIS).