FRA presents new Charter 4 mobile app and website

The FRA's Charter 4 Mobile project aims to gives easy access to the Charter on smartphones and tablets.
The FRA's Charter 4 Mobile project aims to gives easy access to the Charter on smartphones and tablets.
The FRA has introduced a Charter 4 mobile app and website, offering a one-stop shop on fundamental rights for mobile devices.

Charter 4 mobile, which was presented today (6 December) at the Fundamental Rights Conference at the European Parliament in Brussels, provides easy access to the text of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in all official languages on mobile devices.

It also offers regularly updated information on an article-by-article basis on:

  • related EU and international law
  • European Court of Justice (ECJ) case law and a selection of European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and national case law that refers directly to one of the Charter Articles
  • related FRA publications

Charter 4 mobile consists of an app for offline information for Apple and Android devices and a mobile website for online browsing.

The EU Charter app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play here:

If you don't have an Apple or Android device, you can still access the EU Charter information using our mobile website.

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