European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (2012), Synthesis Report: The Racial Equality Directive: application and challenges, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna.
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European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (2012), Synthesis Report: The Racial Equality Directive: application and challenges, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna.View full Research
Type of publication
Area/location of interest
Not applicable - national level
Type of Institution
FRA | European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
Main Thematic Focus
Muslims Migrants Ethnic minorities
This report discusses the application of the Racial Equality Directive through the laws and practices in the 27 EU Member States. In doing so it explores the
challenges to the effective realisation of the directive’s goals and in conclusion discusses how such obstacles might be overcome. To the extent possible, the report
outlines how legislation and practices have evolved over time. However, there is often an absence of data
at Member State level and, where data is collected, divergent end-purposes and methodologies impede
direct and precise comparisons. Indicators capable of facilitating more standardised measurements of progress in the realisation of fundamental rights are in a state of
ongoing development. In this sense the FRA own work on indicators on the rights of the child constitutes a valuable tool for gauging implementation that highlights the need for further research of this nature.
Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative and exact type used, questionnaires etc)
Sample details and representativeness
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