UN, OSCE and other international organisations
|CMW – Draft general comment No. 2 on the rights of migrant workers in an irregular situation and members of their families||01/12/2012||Asylum, immigration & integration of migrants||
C. Protection of economic, social and cultural rights of migrant workers in an irregular situation and members of their families (Part III)
|OHCHR: Human Rights Indicators: A Guide to Measurement and Implementation||07/11/2012||Discrimination||
..."Box 23. Measuring discrimination
|ECtHR - Judgment / Case Yordanova and Others v. Bulgaria - Application no. 25446/06||24/09/2012||Roma||
.... "80. In October 2009 the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights issued a comparative report on the housing conditions of Roma and travellers in the EU.
81. According to the report, significant numbers of Roma in Europe live in unauthorised settlements. For example, in 2002 an estimated 70% of houses in urban Romani developments in Bulgaria were illegally built, in 1999 in Greece approximately 63,000 Roma lived in unregulated encampments and in 2008 in France most Roma groups lived in squalid shantytowns.
82. The report also mentioned cases of forced evictions of such encampments, in particular in Italy and Greece." ...
|International Juvenile Justice Observatory - Press Room||31/05/2012||Asylum, immigration & integration of migrants||
..."Recognizing the importance of networking and dialogue opportunities that the Platform offers, OIJJ works closely with the FRA to include juvenile justice issues in the European agenda and participates actively in the activities of the FRP. This year's meeting focused on the victims' rights, the phenomena of under-reporting and multiple discrimination experienced by the victims. "...
..."The OIJJ recognizes the crucial importance of the work on EU and Council of Europe level and coordination between the stakeholders, both civil society and the regional power structures. Also, as this list of recent success demonstrates, those are the fora where the cause of Global Juvenile Justice can be brought forward and seen to trickle down to national level."...
|Roma Early Childhood Inclusion - report||06/03/2012||Roma||
|12th UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on crime prevention and criminal justice responses to violence against||05/02/2012||Asylum, immigration & integration of migrants||
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, EU-MIDIS European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey: Main Results Report, (Vienna, 2009)
|UN - General Assembly A/HR/19/41 17.11.2011 - Discriminatory laws and practices and acts of violence||17/11/2011||LGBT rights||
Homophobia, Transphobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the EU Member States: Summary of Findings, Trends, Challenges and Promising Practices", European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna, 2011, p. 13.
p.17 - VI. Discriminatory practices. A. Discrimination in employment.
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, "Homophobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: Part II - the Social Situation", 2009, Vienna, pp. 63-64.
|Guidelines for educators on countering intolerance / OSCE 2011||28/10/2011||FRA mandate||
FRA, as an advisory body, helps to ensure that the fundamental rights of people living in the EU are protected. It collects evidence about the situation of fundamental rights across the European Union and provides advice, based on evidence, about how to improve the situation. The FRA also informs people about their fundamental rights, including in relation to combating intolerance and discrimination against Muslims. It has issued several reports on intolerance and discrimination against Muslims in the EU.