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How to better communicate common values, fundamental rights and freedoms – Meeting report
July
2017

How to better communicate common values, fundamental rights and freedoms – Meeting report

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In order to communicate well with the public, institutions need to communicate unlike institutions. They must acquire qualities of speed, agility, flexibility, imagination and novelty, and experiment boldly with new approaches, especially in the rapidly evolving sphere of social media. To this end, FRA brought together an unusually wide range of disciplines and professions to share experiences on how to better communicate fundamental rights and freedoms in a world that is growing increasingly intolerant.
Fundamental Rights Conference 2013 "Combating hate crime in the EU" : Conference conclusions
December
2013

Fundamental Rights Conference 2013 "Combating hate crime in the EU" : Conference conclusions

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The Fundamental Rights Conference 2013 was organised by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) in cooperation with the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the EU. The focus of the conference was on the issue of ‘Combating hate crime in the EU’.
Promoting the rule of law in the European Union - FRA Symposium report
July
2013

Promoting the rule of law in the European Union - FRA Symposium report

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The 2013 FRA Symposium took place on 7 June in Vienna, and aimed at providing a platform to discuss and exchange ideas on the promotion of the rule of law in the EU. This report provides a summary of the discussions and working groups and presents the conclusions and possible next steps identified by each working group.
Fundamental Rights Conference 2010: ensuring justice and protection for all children - Final report
September
2011

Fundamental Rights Conference 2010: ensuring justice and protection for all children - Final report

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The Fundamental Rights Conference, the flagship annual event of the FRA, focused in 2010 on ensuring justice and protection for all children, including those who are most vulnerable. This report summarises the speeches, discussion and common conclusions and issues identified during the conference.
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