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25/01/2012

Nouveau rapport de la FRA - La directive sur l’égalité raciale : application et défis

Ce rapport s'appuie sur plus de dix ans de recherches menées par la FRA et son prédécesseur, l'Observatoire européen des phénomènes racistes et xénophobes (EUMC). Il livre une analyse des progrès accomplis et des obstacles encore existants quant à l'application de la directive de l'Union européenne.
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Findings available

EU-MIDIS: European Union minorities and discrimination survey

EU-MIDIS provided the first primary survey data collected from selected ethnic minority and immigrant persons resident in the EU Member States. This survey data will support policy-makers and other key stakeholders in developing evidence-based and targeted policies that address discriminatory, racist practices, and improve support structures for victims of discrimination and racist crime.
The Roma and Travellers debate in the European Union needs to be contextualised
01/09/2010

Contextualising the Roma debate in the European Union

Currently, there is much debate about the position of the Roma, both living in their country of origin or in another EU Member State. The Fundamental Rights Agency is mandated to provide evidence-based advice to decision-makers in the EU. The Agency's evidence aims at informing EU and national policy-makers and contextualising debates on fundamental rights in the European Union.
June
2011

Homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity in the EU Member States

Report
The European Union (EU) is founded on the values of equality and non-discrimination, and through its policies works to combat discrimination, including discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. This report of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) twins its research findings in the field with the relevant EU standards in a short and easy-to-read publication designed to equip those who shape policy with the information they need to develop a coherent and systematic approach to the protection of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) rights.
June
2011

Homophobie, Transphobie und Diskriminierung aufgrund der sexuellen Ausrichtung und der Geschlechtsidentität in den EU-Mitgliedstaaten

Report
Die Europäische Union ist auf dem Fundament der Grundrechte gebaut, der Kampf gegen Diskriminierung - zum Beispiel aufgrund der sexuellen Orientierung oder Gelschlechteridentität bildet sich in der Gesetzgebung ab. Dieser FRA Bericht fasst die Forschungergebnisse zu diesem Thema leicht lesbar zusammen. Ziel ist es, politische Entscheidungsträger mit Werkzeugen auszustatten um ein kohärentes System zu Schutz der Grundrechte von lesbischen, schwulen, bisexuellen und trans- Personen zu gewährleisten.
June
2011

Homophobie, transphobie et discrimination fondée sur l’orientation sexuelle et l’identité de genre dans les États membres de l’Union européenne

Report
L’Union européenne est fondée sur la valeur de l’égalité et de la non-discrimination. À travers ses politiques, elle lutte contre la discrimination fondée sur l’orientation sexuelle. Même si des progrès importants ont été accomplis vers la réalisation de l’égalité y compris du point de vue de l’orientation sexuelle et de l’identité de genre, il reste plusieurs obstacles à surmonter. Le présent rapport de synthèse regroupe et met en contexte les principaux résultats des études sociales et juridiques réalisées par la FRA entre 2008 et 2010 sur les thèmes des droits des LGBT et de la situation sociale des personnes LGBT.
Cover of the EU-MIDIS Data in Focus 2
May
2009

EU-MIDIS Data in Focus Report 2: Muslims

Data in focus
This report focuses on respondents who identified themselves as Muslims, and is the second in a series of EU-MIDIS ‘Data in Focus' reports exploring different results from the survey. Up to nine ‘Data in Focus' reports are planned. Given the shortage of extensive, objective and comparable data on Muslims in the European Union, EU-MIDIS provides, for the first time, comparable data on how Muslims across the EU experience discrimination and victimisation.
November
2010

Key legal trends in the protection of LGBT rights in the European Union 2008-2010

Factsheet
In 2007, the European Parliament requested the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) to conduct research on discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons. In 2008, the FRA published its first comparative legal analysis on homophobia, transphobia and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the European Union. This factsheet outlines the key legal trends resulting from the updated legal analysis that the FRA undertook in 2010.

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