Staff from intergovernmental organisations and EU institutions responsible for cooperation with civil society and for supporting human rights defenders met online on 23 September.
FRA’s Director was in France to discuss topical human rights issues and to explore continued cooperation, in particular during the upcoming French Presidency of the EU.
Allegations for the treatment of migrants at EU borders and difficult conditions in detention and reception centres remain a persistent concern, finds the latest migration bulletin from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).
FRA hosted three stakeholder meetings from 22 to 23 September in relation to fair policing.
FRA took part in a virtual webinar as part of the European Network on Independent Living’s ‘Freedom Surf’.
On 16 September, FRA took part in a virtual hearing organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on deinstitutionalisation.
FRA attended the Management Board meeting of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) on 21 September.
In der gesamten EU erbringen zivilgesellschaftliche Organisationen Dienstleistungen, engagieren sich in Gemeinschaften, sensibilisieren, setzen sich für andere ein und ziehen Behörden zur Verantwortung. Dennoch sind sie Bedrohungen, Angriffen, Mittelkürzungen und unverhältnismäßigen Beschränkungen ausgesetzt. Dies sind nur einige der Herausforderungen, mit denen zivilgesellschaftliche Menschenrechtsorganisationen in einigen Teilen der EU konfrontiert sind. Die Coronavirus-Pandemie hat das Umfeld für diese Organisationen zusätzlich verschlechtert, wie ein neuer Bericht der Agentur der Europäischen Union für Grundrechte (FRA) zeigt. Die FRA fordert die Politik auf, ein günstigeres Tätigkeitsumfeld für die Zivilgesellschaft zu schaffen und so dazu beizutragen, alle Menschenrechte für alle zu verwirklichen.
On the occasion of the launch of FRA’s report ‘Protecting civic space in the EU’ this clip sheds light on the challenges civil society faces across the European Union.
FRA Director will visit the Council of Europe on 21-22 September in Strasbourg.
The annual meeting of the European Platform for Roma Inclusion takes place on 20 September.
FRA’s Scientific Committee will discuss the Agency’s reports on 17 September.
On 17 September, FRA will speak during an expert meeting on fundamental rights in security-related legislation.
FRA held a webinar on 16 September with over 50 civil society organisations from its Fundamental Rights Platform.
FRA spoke at an anniversary event of La Strada International about civic space challenges in the EU for human rights civil society organisations.
FRA presented findings from its LGBTI survey during a virtual international conference on 9 September.
FRA will hold a webinar with civil society organisations from its Fundamental Rights Platform on 16 September.
On 14 September 2021, eight international organisations joined forces to launch a new portal promoting global cooperation on artificial intelligence (AI). The portal is a one-stop shop for data, research findings and good practices in AI policy.
FRA will speak at a conference on public policies related to profiling.
FRA joined an online meeting of Swedish cities, regions, and other local-level stakeholders on human rights.