The Agency will launch its report on being black in the EU at an event in the European Parliament in Brussels on 28 November.
The report draws on findings from FRA’s second EU minorities and discrimination survey (EU-MIDIS II).
The findings indicate how black people regularly experience racial discrimination, racist crime, racial profiling and social exclusion. The policy implications of these experiences will be discussed at the event.
It is being hosted by Cecile Kyenge MEP, Malin Bjork MEP and the European Parliament’s Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup (ARDI). The event is now full and registration has been closed.
It is the fifth thematic report to emerge from the EU-MIDIS II survey.