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Refugees and migrants arriving in the EU may also have a disability which can pass unnoticed, preventing them from receiving the particular support they need and are entitled to under EU law. As there is little information on migrants with disabilities and victims of torture, the latest FRA summary report on migration-related fundamental rights throws the spotlight on these issues.
Young people are key drivers of social change. They will help to change our world and to create more tolerant, socially-minded and equitable societies. However, they still encounter substantial economic, social, and political barriers to participation and inclusion.
On 26 and 27 July, FRA attended two stakeholders workshops that looked into the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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22/08/2016 to 25/08/2016
From 22-25 August, FRA will attend the 33rd FICE Congress and 2nd CYC World Conference: Together Towards a Better World for Children, Adolescents and Families.
FRA is organising a panel debate on Rights, Respect, Reality: The Europe of Values in Today’s World during the European Forum Alpbach on 29 August.
On 19 September, FRA’s Director will present the key findings of its Fundamental Rights Report 2016 in Paris at the Sciences Po University.
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A news ticker at a Turkish airport has warned travellers about the prevalence of rape in Sweden...A report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights which accompanied data on violence against women across EU member states, said it was important to take a number of factors into account when interpreting the numbers.
A denúncia partiu da Agência para os Direitos Fundamentais da União Europeia, que considera desadequados “os procedimentos formais de identificação de pessoas com incapacidade e vítimas de tortura”
Euronews: More than one in two of EU women surveyed have experienced sexual harassment since the age of 15, according to FRA, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights. Of those, nearly one-in-three said it had come from somebody in an employment context – a colleague, boss or a customer.