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  • 26
    June
    2009
    A thematic discussion paper prepared for the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights by Eurasylum Ltd.
  • Fundamental Rights Report
    1
    October
    2007
    This edition of our magazine "Equal Voices" is devoted to the new Agency itself. The new Agency was inaugurated by European Commission President José Manuel Barroso, together with Austria's Federal Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer, on 1 March 2007. Equal Voices presents an overview of the keynote speeches at the launch ceremony. The magazine also features an interview with Terry Davis, Secretary General of the Council of Europe and a snapshot of views expressed by NGOs on the new Fundamental Rights Agency.
  • 23
    March
    2011
    This report provides an EU-wide comparative analysis of the effectiveness of access to justice, across the EU Member States. Launched on 23 March at the conference "Protecting victims in the EU: the road ahead" hosted in Budapest by the Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU with the support of the FRA, the report emphasises obstacles making it difficult for victims to enforce their rights.
  • May
    2009
    This report focuses on respondents who identified themselves as Muslims, and is the second in a series of EU-MIDIS ‘Data in Focus' reports exploring different results from the survey. Up to nine ‘Data in Focus' reports are planned. Given the shortage of extensive, objective and comparable data on Muslims in the European Union, EU-MIDIS provides, for the first time, comparable data on how Muslims across the EU experience discrimination and victimisation.
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    22
    April
    2009
    This report is the first EU-MIDIS ‘Data in Focus' report examining discrimination and victimisation experienced by the Roma. Of all the groups surveyed by the FRA, the Roma emerged as the group most vulnerable to discrimination and crime. The FRA has therefore analysed their situation in a ‘data in focus' report, the first in a series of reports on minority groups and issues covered by the survey.
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    5
    August
    2008
    This report provides information on the impact of the recent events in the Ponticelli district of Naples on Roma, immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers in May-June 2008. The report brings together the basic facts on these violent attacks as well as background information regarding the situation of Roma in Italy. It also describes efforts to address the situation by the Italian Authorities and the International Community, in particular the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, the OSCE, and Civil society organisations.Available languages: English, French, German, Italian and Romanian (PDF format).
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    9
    November
    2009
    This report released by the Agency highlights the case of the Roma and their particular challenges in exercising these rights. Based on the evidence of its report, the FRA advises the EU and its Member States to adopt targeted policies promoting social cohesion to ensure that all citizens can exercise their right to freedom of movement effectively.
  • June
    2008
    The report examines the situation of homophobia in the 27 EU Member States. It analyses comparatively key legal provisions, relevant judicial data, such as court decisions, and case law in the Member States. In addition, the report identifies and highlights 'good practice' in the form of positive measures and initiatives to overcome underreporting of LGBT (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transsexuals) discrimination, to promote inclusion and to protect transgender persons. FRA's legal analysis is the first of two reports related to homophobia and discrimination experienced by members of the LGBT community.
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    23
    June
    2011
    The European Union (EU) is founded on the values of equality and non-discrimination, and through its policies works to combat discrimination, including discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. This report of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) twins its research findings in the field with the relevant EU standards in a short and easy-to-read publication designed to equip those who shape policy with the information they need to develop a coherent and systematic approach to the protection of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) rights.
  • Leaflet / Flyer
    19
    December
    2009
    Keep track of your daily activities and homework and help to PROMOTE AND PROTECT FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS in the EUFor the third year running, the Agency is releasing its extremely popular awareness raising calender for young people. This agenda, available in English, German and French, is intended to help young people to learn about fundamental rights issues in the EU.