In 2010 and 2011, the Fundamental Rights Agency undertook its first in-depth research looking at forms of discrimination that have been relatively little studied so far: ‘multiple' and ‘intersectional' discrimination.
This project aimed to contribute to combating racism and discrimination in sport. It included an overview of racist incidents and structural discrimination in the 27 EU Member States, highlighting exclusionary policies and practices.
The aim of this project was to provide policy makers at various levels with solid data on the experience of discrimination among youth, showing that by and large, Muslim and non-Muslim youth react very similarly to social marginalization.
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 project on Holocaust and human rights education informs policy makers and funding institutes about the current role that visits to original sites and historical exhibitions play in school education.