You are here:


Current and upcoming events View all

3 Events found

FRA Director strengthens ties in the Netherlands
The FRA Director will visit the Netherlands from 23 to 25 June. He will meet the head of the European Commission Representation in The Hague, Didier Herbert, representatives of civil society organisations and FRA’s Dutch Management Board member, Rick Lawson on 23 June.
Human rights communicators explore how to tackle disinformation
Over two days, human rights communicators will gather for their annual network meeting to share know-how and expertise. This year, the focus will be on tackling disinformation.
Fundamental Rights Forum 2021
The next Fundamental Rights Forum will take place in Vienna on 11 and 12 October 2021.

Past Events View all

6 Events found

European Guardianship Network provides feedback on draft FRA manual
The European Guardianship Network will discuss on 22 June the training materials for guardians that FRA and its contractor Defence for Children International Italy are developing. The draft manual targets trainers of guardians. The content covers ten modules.
How to develop rights-based public services
FRA will speak on 22 June during an online workshop on human rights-based public services.
Young people’s rights and the future of Europe
On 22 June, FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty will speak about young people as agents of change during a youth conference organised by the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU.
Maltese Fundamental Rights Charter event
FRA will host a national round-table discussion on 21 June on the role of the Fundamental Rights Charter in the EU. The European Commission Representation in Malta is FRA’s partner for the event.
FRA AI report presented during ENISA Annual Privacy Forum
FRA will introduce findings from its Getting the future rights – artificial intelligence and fundamental rights report during the ENISA Annual Privacy Forum.
FRA to meet with Slovenian civil society organisations
FRA invites Slovenian civil society organisations active in its civil society network, the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP), for an online exchange on 18 June.