Leading human rights communicators shared their tips on how to make human rights messages more effective.
The guidance has been summarised in a meeting report of a seminar held by the Agency from 23 to 24 January. The seminar looked at various ways of being more effective in communicating through practical hands-on examples of best practices in communicating fundamental rights as well as wide-ranging discussions.
The summary signposts key actions that human rights communicators at FRA, international organisations, national human rights bodies and civil society should follow up on. FRA is already working on this, exploring ways of building a community of human rights communication practitioners and is drafting a checklist for human rights communications.