FRA is conducting desk research on immigration detention of children – both unaccompanied and children with their parents or guardian. The research covers children in asylum or in immigration/return procedures and covers all EU Member States.
FRA is looking into national practices across the EU concerning decisions to transfer unaccompanied children who are EU nationals to the Member State of their nationality.
This project will analyse the fundamental rights implications of inserting, storing and using biometric data in large-scale IT systems
This project will provide EU and national policy makers with evidence on the implementation of integration and social inclusion policies for migrants and their descendants.
The project looks at criminal exploitation of the work of EU and non-EU workers. It aims to collect information on the nature of and responses to severe forms of labour exploitation across the EU. It builds on previous FRA research, particularly concerning irregular migrants in domestic work, and is linked to current work on victims’ rights and support.
This guidance is intended to enhance the protection of child victims of trafficking. The guidance will consist of a handbook on guardianship for children deprived of parental care. The handbook will reinforce guardianship systems to cater to the specific needs of child victims of trafficking.
The project involved the development of a handbook legal professionals on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration.
The purpose of the project is to examine how border guard officers deal with the challenge of ensuring that border checks are undertaken with the necessary degree of scrutiny without causing undue delays or resorting to inappropriate treatment..
Mapping the status quo, presenting good practices Estimates (in German) indicate that one out of four persons attempting to reach Europe by sea perishes during ...
Analysing asylum seeker experiences. Traditionally, asylum policy is only rarely informed by assessments of those who are most affected by it: the asylum seekers themselves. ...