In 2010, FRA published a Guide on Discriminatory Ethnic Profiling, which provides law enforcement officers using profiling a working tool with a clear explanation of the meaning of profiling, its legal implications and the framework in which profiling might be used in an efficient and lawful way.
In recent years, due to fast developments in the field of data technologies and the increasing use of these technologies by law enforcement officers and border guards, the use of profiling has been greatly modified. In this context, FRA decided to update and adapt its Guide in order to (a) assess how profiling methods are impacted by new technologies and (b) expand the scope of the Guide to border management.
Main tasks of the selected candidate: Preparing a draft updated and expanded Guide on discriminatory profiling based on desk research.
Technical and professional capacity
Candidates must be able to meet the following minimum selection criteria:
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