This summary report presents the ﬁndings of the FRA research on the views of the social partner organisations in the EU concerning the application of the Racial Equality Directive in practice, with a sole focus on the area of employment.
This report focuses on the views of Europe's employer organisations, trade unions and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) concerning the application of the Racial Equality Directive (2000/43/EC) in practice, with a sole focus on the area of employment.
In 2009, the FRA conducted the first EU-wide study of the role that European memorial sites, museums and exhibitions play with respect to educating young Europeans about the Holocaust and human rights. The findings of the study were presented at a Conference in Auschwitz on the 27 January bringing together Education Ministers from across Europe.
The European Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) conducted European-wide research in 2009 on the contribution of memorial sites to Holocaust education and human rights education in the European Union (EU). This summary report, derived from the main report 'Discover the past for the future. The role of historical sites and museums in Holocaust education and human rights education in the EU', provides selected findings, discussion points and recommendations.
Keep track of your daily activities and homework and help to promote and protect fundamental rights in the EU For the third year running, the Agency is releasing its extremely popular awareness raising calendar for young people. This agenda, available in English, German and French, is intended to help young people to learn about fundamental rights issues in the EU.
Keep track of your daily activities and homework and help to PROMOTE AND PROTECT FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS in the EUFor the third year running, the Agency is releasing its extremely popular awareness raising calender for young people. This agenda, available in English, German and French, is intended to help young people to learn about fundamental rights issues in the EU.
Drawing mainly on primary qualitative research conducted in Finland, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom, this report provides a synthesis of information on positive initiatives with regard to the social inclusion of Roma EU citizens living in other EU Member States.
This report released by the Agency highlights the case of the Roma and their particular challenges in exercising these rights. Based on the evidence of its report, the FRA advises the EU and its Member States to adopt targeted policies promoting social cohesion to ensure that all citizens can exercise their right to freedom of movement effectively.