Communication and rights awareness

The FRA is striving to improve the situation on the ground. It does this by raising awareness about fundamental rights among the general public and particular professions that play an important role in delivering or have an impact on our rights, such as teachers, media professionals, the police and legal practitioners.

In addition to printed publications and information stands at key events, the FRA makes full use of the wide range of online communication channels. This includes its website and social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

FRA publishes a regular e-mail Newsletter to which you can subscribe. FRA also offers the possibility for visitor groups to come to the Agency and hear about fundamental rights in the EU and about its work. For further information, send us a message using our contact form.

Information about the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union

The Agency also publishes material about the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, such as the Charterpedia – an easy-to-use tool allowing users to find out more about the rights guaranteed in the Charter. The Charterpedia is a comprehensive collection of international, EU and national constitutional fundamental rights law, linked to the topics, titles and articles of the Charter.

The FRA has also developed a Fundamental Rights Charter app for mobile devices, which is available for iOS and Android.