The OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Lamberto Zannier will meet the FRA Director at the Agency on 6 June.
The Agency will draw on its work to explore the links between rights of people with disabilities and older people during AGE Platform Europe’s annual conference in Brussels on 6 June.
The Agency will present its work on business and human rights – access to remedies at a UN conference in Bangkok from 4 to 6 June.
The Agency hosted a workshop on age ranges in judicial practices for children and young adults during the World Congress on Justice for Children in Paris which ran from 28 to 29 May.
The Agency spoke during the international ‘Human Rights and Equality 2.0’ conference, convened by the Minister of European Affairs and Equality of Malta.
The European University Institute in Florence held a conference on 24 May on Information Sharing and European Agencies: Novel Frontiers.
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The Agency presented findings from its challenges facing civil society working on human rights report at a meeting of over 120 funders, foundations and philanthropists on 28 May in Brussels.
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The EU Framework for the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), for which the Agency is the secretariat, and national frameworks held their annual meeting on 28 May in Brussels.
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EU trends in Roma inclusion based on the FRA 2011 and 2016 surveys featured during a meeting of the Council of Europe’s Ad Hoc Committee of Experts On Roma And Traveller Issues.
The Agency presented research findings on discrimination and integration during a conference on 18 May about migrant integration at the regional and local level.
The FRA Management Board, during its meeting in May 2018, appointed five women and six men from 100 applicants to form the Agency's new Scientific Committee. The appointment was done following a transparent call for applications and selection procedure after having consulted the competent committee of the European Parliament.
The Agency will take part in the second migration and child rights expert meeting in Brussels on 1 June that looks at protecting children in migration.
How to identify key inequalities and challenges to ensuring equality in Europe will be the focus of the Agency’s address to the ‘Investing in Equality’ conference in Brussels on 1 June.
The Agency will take part in a conference on 31 May in Milan on SDGs, Climate and the Future of Europe, organised by the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development.
A new focus paper from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) outlines the potential for discrimination in using big data for automated decision making. It also suggests potential ways of minimising this risk.
The Agency will present its findings and suggestions on civil society space in the EU at a major civil society event in Sofia on 30 May.
The Director of European Gender Equality Institute, Virginija Langbakk, will visit the Agency on 29 May.
The Agency will take part in a meeting of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance in Rome on 29 May.
On 29 May, the Agency will take part in a Roma integration panel debate in Sofia, part of a Roma inclusion conference organised by the Bulgarian EU Presidency.
The situation at the EU’s external and internal borders, as officials process migrants entering or passing through the EU, remains tense in some places, finds the Agency’s latest report on migration-related fundamental rights issues. It also highlights some of the hardships many migrants, particularly women and children, continue to experience.