FRA will hold a workshop in Vienna on 25-26 February to discuss how to further develop the Agency’s civil society cooperation network, the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP), as a channel for improving fundamental rights protection.
FRA will present its project on the right to independent living of persons with disabilities at a meeting of the European Expert Group on the transition from institutional to community-based care on 25 February in Brussels.
The steering group of the National Parliamentary Focal Points will meet on 21-22 February in Vienna to take stock of the how FRA cooperates with national parliaments and to reflect on priorities for 2016.
On 19 February in Amsterdam, FRA will take part in the first-ever meeting of the European Network for Victims' Rights that is being established during the Dutch Presidency to strengthen the legal position of crime victims.
FRA will present findings from its labour exploitation research during a meeting at the European Parliament in Brussels on 18 February that will look at the role of trade unions and civil society organisations in helping to guard against discrimination when it comes to labour mobility.