Unequal treatment continues in employment, housing and education, according to data collected by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). Figures for racist crime in 2005 and 2006 are up in a number of EU countries. Data collection systems remain inadequate to support the fight against racism. While there are more signs that the EU's anti-discrimination legislation is having a positive impact, victims of discrimination still lack knowledge of the new rules. This shows that Member States need to do more to raise awareness in this respect. These are some of the main findings emerging from FRA's "Report on Racism and Xenophobia in the Member States of the EU", presented at the European Parliament on 27 August.