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The Agency lectured on the ‘Structure-Process-Outcome’ monitoring framework and how it can apply for monitoring the EU Roma inclusion policies framework during a workshop from 23 to 25 April in Budapest.
On 16 April, the Agency took part in a panel discussion organised by the OSCE Security Committee.
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On 27 April, the FRA Director will meet with the Austrian Minister of Justice, Josef Moser.
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The Subgroup on Equality Data will gather on 26-27 April in Brussels for its first formal meeting to start work on preparing a set of non-binding guidelines on improving the collection and use of equality data in EU Member States
Only four EU Member States prohibit the solitary confinement of child detainees even though such detention can harm a child’s health and development. This is just one of the many ways age limits can impact child’s rights, outlined in a new European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights report. It suggests how Member States can remove inconsistencies to better deliver child protection.
A panel discussion on ‘Breaking myths about the Istanbul Convention on violence against women’ will take place on 25 April in Brussels
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From 25 to 27 April in Budapest, the Agency will take part in an expert workshop on methods and data infrastructure to measure the quality of life of various vulnerable groups
On 25 April, the Agency will welcome the Hungarian Deputy Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and members of his office
The Agency will present its findings and suggestions on civil society space at a OSCE side event to the 18th ‘Alliance against Trafficking in Persons’ conference on 24 April in Vienna
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The Agency will lecture on the ‘Structure-Process-Outcome’ monitoring framework and how it can apply for monitoring the EU Roma inclusion policies framework during a workshop from 23 to 25 April in Budapest.
On 23 April, the FRA Director will meet with the Netherlands’ Minister of Justice and Security, Ferd Grapperhaus.
On 16 and 17 April, the FRA Director was in Bucharest, to prepare the Agency’s cooperation during Romania’s Presidency of the Council of the EU
The Agency spoke about the challenges and obstacles that prevent women with disabilities from participating in political and public life during a conference it Vienna from 16 to 17 April
On 12 April, the European Gender Institute chaired a workshop on gender statistics in the framework of the EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies network.
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The OHCHR regional office for Europe and Age Platform Europe hosted a seminar from 12 to 13 April in Brussels on the human rights of older people.
This year the annual dialogue of the EU Committee of the Regions’ Commission for Citizenship, Governance, Institutional and External Affairs (CIVEX) with the Agency focused on the experiences of migrants in the EU and the impact on the local communities
On 16 April, the Agency attended a meeting of the health sub-group of the standard operating procedures steering group organised by the Italian Ministry of Interior
Allowing EU IT systems to communicate and share information can help address current migration and security challenges. However, in the drive to be more efficient and effective, people may find that their personal data has been shared without them knowing or they may be considered suspicious due to data errors. The latest Opinion from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) examines current proposals and suggests how the EU could ensure people’s rights are respected.
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On 19 and 20 April, 40 judges from across the EU will attend a training seminar on the applicability and effect of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in national proceedings at FRA in Vienna
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FRA’s National Liaison Officers (NLOs) will meet in Vienna from 19 to 20 April to discuss the Agency’s cooperation with the EU Member States.