A person who is suspected or accused of a crime or who has already been sentenced can be transferred between Member States under EU law. What are the fundamental rights concerns in this context? This project looks into issues surrounding alternatives to detention and imprisonment – pre- and post-trial, as well as on the transfer of prisoners, as covered by three EU Framework Decisions in the area of criminal justice.
The project aims to develop and populate human rights indicators to enable the assessment of measures to promote the transition from institutional to community-based care.
This project looks into the remedies available to individuals in relation to surveillance practices.
This project concerns the development of a Handbook on European law relating to the rights of the child for practitioners concerned with the legal protection of these rights.
In partnership with the European Court of Human Rights, FRA will produce a handbook which will highlight and summarise the key European legal and jurisprudential principles in the area of access to justice.
The European Commission asked FRA to develop an overview of national child protection systems. FRA will examine the scope and key components of national child protection systems across the EU. The focus will be on the systems’ laws, structures, actors and how the systems function, as well as human and financial resources and the existing accountability mechanisms.
The project aims to further develop and populate indicators on the right of people with disabilities to political participation.
This project provides an overview of legal developments and trends concerning the fundamental rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people across the EU from 2010 onwards. It also now covers the rights of intersex people.
This project will help facilitate access to justice by providing information on how and where to make a complaint or get assistance from at the level closest to home for aggrieved individuals.
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.