The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) publishes new practical guidance on dealing with fundamental rights concerns at the EU external land borders. The guidance offers practical tips that will help border guards respect people’s fundamental rights in their daily work.
The guidance ‘Border controls and fundamental rights at external land borders’ contains practical tips for border-management staff in five areas:
It gives examples of concrete actions that border guards and other competent authorities should take at operational level to uphold people’s fundamental rights in their daily work.
Previously, FRA published practical guidance on a variety of topics, including on reducing the risk of refoulement when working with third countries; apprehension of migrants in an irregular situation and relocation of unaccompanied children.
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