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.
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).
FRA will present key findings from its 2014 Annual Report and report on ‘Severe Labour Exploitation within the EU’ at an event on 27 October in Dublin, organised by the National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway and the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL).
FRA’s new report on ‘Severe labour exploitation: workers moving within or into the European Union - States’ obligations and victims’ rights’ will be presented in Brussels on 2 June. In order to disseminate the results as widely as possible, FRA has invited communication experts from civil society organisations and national human rights bodies who have expertise in the area of severe labour exploitation, to develop together with FRA a complementary communication strategy.
FRA, in cooperation with Equinet (the European Network of Equality Bodies) and ENNHRI (the European Network of NHRIs), will host a meeting in Vienna from 4 to 5 May to discuss how to further their cooperation in communicating on fundamental rights across Europe.
FRA will present preliminary findings from the SELEX project to participants at EU-OSHA’s Focal Point meeting (attended by their official network partners in each Member State – Ministry of Labour, labour inspectorate or national institute).