The European Commission has invited FRA to provide training on data on children on 14 October in Brussels.
It forms part of a series of five child rights training modules offered to staff across all Commission services. They aim to build their capacity to promote and protect child rights in all EU policies that have an impact on children.
For this purpose, FRA has developed an interactive programme that highlights the importance of having disaggregated data on children assessed by means of key indicators.
Besides drawing on main sources for data on children in the EU, FRA will draw on its data explorers, particularly, selected findings on Roma from its minorities and discrimination survey and mapping minimum age requirements with respect to child rights in the EU.