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Eurostat’s Working Group on Statistics on Crime and Criminal Justice met in Luxembourg from 19 to 20 March to discuss the policy needs for crime statistics and the current state of play of regular data collection.
The Agency highlighted the fundamental rights implications of fighting cybercrime during an expert workshop on the European Investigation Order and digital forensics.
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The Agency, together with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, facilitated a two-day workshop in Lisbon for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for hate crime registration.
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The Agency took part in the meeting of the network of EU agencies’ communication heads in Warsaw on 13 and 14 October.
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The Agency took part in the 11th Europe-Ukraine Forum in Rzeszów, Poland, from 13-14 March 2018.
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The Agency welcomed a group of young professionals from the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) to FRA on 27 March.
The Agency contributed to an expert meeting looking at the human rights consequences, obligations and possible remedies in the context of current return practices.
The Agency has published two new language versions of its checklist for professionals as guidance to ensure child-friendly proceedings.
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Poor sanitation, hunger, youth unemployment – Roma in the EU face these basic challenges in their daily life, finds the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights’ latest report. It underlines the persistent inequalities that have long plagued Europe’s Roma in many countries of one of the world’s richest regions.
Poor sanitation, hunger, youth unemployment – Roma in the EU face these basic challenges in their daily life, finds the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights’ latest Report.
The Agency, together with the Italian Independent Authority for Children and Adolescents, has prepared a note summarising the main changes relating to guardianship for unaccompanied children in Italy.
In 2011, the EU called on Member States to advance Roma inclusion.
They all had to come up with integration strategies to meet a series of EU-wide goals.
To date, Member States still fall short on most of the targets.
IT systems can help trace missing migrant children and combat identity theft. But there are also significant risks to people’s fundamental rights, for instance not being fairly treated within the asylum procedure. So finds the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) in a new report. As authorities increasingly rely on these systems, the report suggests ways to better defend the rights of those affected.
Promoting equality and combating racism are essential to fortify social cohesion and democratic security, the heads of three European human rights institutions said in a joint statement on today’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
This infographic illustrates the positive and negative impact on fundamental rights of using large-scale IT systems for security and border management.
In this third edition of his video blog FRA Director, Michael O'Flaherty, focuses on bolstering our human rights communications to underline why human rights matter to us all.
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The FRA Director reflected on the particular challenges which civil society organisations face during the OSCE Human Dimension Committee on 27 February in Vienna.
For the past two years, FRA has been visiting reception centres for migrants across the EU.
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The Agency explored aspects of the online human rights tool it is developing with the UN’s human rights office in Geneva on 16 and 17 January.
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In many parts of the EU, civil society is under threat, finds a new report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). Given the vital role civil society plays in upholding democratic processes and in promoting human rights, decision makers need to ensure the important work of civil society is not undermined through policy and legal changes and funding cuts.