FRA will take part in a seminar that will assess tools for monitoring, analysing and tackling anti-Muslim hatred online.
FRA’s Director Michael O’Flaherty will visit the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights for the first time on 25 November in Warsaw.
20/11/2019 to 21/11/2019
FRA will run the first meeting of the working group on hate crime recording, data collection and encouraging reporting.
FRA will present the Trainer’s Manual for the elearning eMedia Toolkit at the final conference of the EU-funded ‘Silence Hate’ project on 18 November in Brussels.
FRA will present findings from its antisemitism survey during a meeting of the Austrian Advisory Committee on Integration.
28/10/2019 to 29/10/2019
FRA will take part in a meeting of International Special Envoys and Coordinators combating antisemitism in Munich on 28 and 29 October.
On 4 July, Europol is hosting a conference in The Hague on inclusive practices in law Enforcement: protecting our diversity.
03/06/2019 to 04/06/2019
FRA’s Director will attend the Global Forum of the American Jewish Committee on 3 and 4 June in Washington DC.
The Spanish Diplomatic School and Casa Àrabe is organising a course on Islam and Muslims today: foundations, diversity and dynamics of change.
27/05/2019 to 28/05/2019
From 27 to 28 May in Luxembourg, the agency will take part in the annual meeting of the Eurostat working group on crime and criminal justice statistics.
The agency together with the UN’s Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is co-organising a side-event on victims of hate crime.
07/05/2019 to 08/05/2019
The agency will facilitate a workshop together with the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for (hate) crime registration in Spain on 7 and 8 May.
The agency will host a roundtable discussion on fighting antisemitism in Austria at FRA on 30 April.
The agency is facilitating a country visit of the hate crime subgroup to Helsinki on 4 April.
On 3 April, the Finnish Ministry of Justice, the agency and OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights will host a hate crime awareness raising seminar in Helsinki.
25/03/2019 to 29/03/2019
The agency will present findings from its Being Black in the EU report to the UN’s Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent in Geneva from 25 to 29 March.
On 21 March in Brussels, FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty will discuss several key fundamental rights issues with the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee.
20/03/2019 to 21/03/2019
From 20 to 21 March, the EU High Level Group on Non-Discrimination, Equality and Diversity (HLG) will gather in Brussels to discuss recent developments at the EU and national level.
On 20 March, the High Level Group on combatting racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance will meet in Brussels.
The agency will take part in a working-level meeting organised on 11 March in Paris by the French inter-Ministerial Delegation on combating racism, antisemitism and homophobia (DILCRAH).
On 6 February in Bratislava, the agency will speak at a high-level conference on combating antisemitism in the OSCE region about its findings on the experiences of Jewish people of hate crime and discrimination.
FRA’s Director, Michael O’Flaherty, will give the opening address at a roundtable discussion on Artificial Intelligence and online hate speech on 31 January in Brussels.
The agency will take part in meetings of the European Commission’s Inter-Service Group on 22 January in Brussels on the integration of third-country nationals.
The agency will take part in meetings of the European Commission’s Inter-Service Group on 22 January in Brussels on the integration of third-country nationals.
On 17 December in Geneva, the FRA Director will present findings of FRA’s second survey on discrimination and hate crimes against Jews in the EU as part of a panel discussion on combating antisemitism in Europe and beyond.
The European Parliament’s Working Group on Antisemitism has invited the Agency to present the findings of its second survey on discrimination and hate crimes against Jews.
The Agency’s second antisemitism survey results will be officially launched at midday on 10 December in Brussels at a joint FRA, European Commission and Austrian Presidency event.
06/12/2018 to 07/12/2018
On 6 and 7 December, the Agency together with the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights will hold a workshop for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for (hate) crime registration in Hungary.
FRA’s Director will launch the Agency's new database on anti-Muslim hatred during a high-level meeting about tackling discrimination against Muslims in the EU, organised by the European Commission in Brussels.
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 Agency will take part in the meeting of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance in Ferrara on 28 November.
The Agency will speak at a conference London on 26 November on gendered racism and antisemitism.
The Agency will moderate a panel discussion examining the lessons learned when implementing the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights’ EU-funded project ‘Building a comprehensive criminal justice response to hate crime’.
16/10/2018 to 17/10/2018
On 16 and 17 October the High Level group on combating racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance will meet in Vienna.
On 11 October in Amsterdam, the Agency will take part in the International Network Against Cyber Hate’s annual conference.
On 4 July, the Agency will contribute to training course in Zagreb on tackling hate crime organised by the EU’s Law Enforcement Training Agency, CEPOL.
02/07/2018 to 03/07/2018
Representatives of the Agency have been invited by the Austrian Presidency of the Council to attend the informal meeting of the EU Standing Committee on Operational Cooperation on Internal Security (COSI).
The AJC’s Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights together with Dr Ahmed Shaheed, the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, have convened an expert consultation on monitoring and combatting antisemitism.
The Agency will discuss methods of conducting survey research with immigrants during a workshop in Warsaw on 27 June organised by the Polish Commissioner for Human Rights and OSCE/ODIHR.
POLITICO is organising a Women Rule Summit in Brussels that will take place on 21 June.
21/06/2018 to 22/06/2018
The Agency together with the Spanish Ministry of Interior is organising a visit of members of the subgroup on methodologies on recording and collecting data on hate crime to Madrid from 21 and 22 June.
13/06/2018 to 14/06/2018
On 13 and 14 June the High Level group on combatting racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance will meet in Brussels.
The FRA Director will join discussions on freedom of religion, antisemitism and Islamophobia during a joint meeting of the Council’s Working Parties on Human Rights (COHOM) and on Fundamental Rights, Citizens Rights and Free Movement of Persons (FREMP).
07/06/2018 to 08/06/2018
The Agency is preparing its second EU-wide LGBTI survey.
The Agency will take part in a meeting of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance in Rome on 29 May.
22/05/2018 to 23/05/2018
On 22 and 23 May in Sofia, the Agency will give presentations to the Bulgarian EU Presidency seminar on ‘Holocaust, antisemitism the rise of hate crime and hate speech’
On 15 May, the Agency together with the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights will facilitate a workshop for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for (hate) crime registration in Slovakia.
14/05/2018 to 18/05/2018
The annual UN Crime Commission in Vienna takes place from 14 to 18 May.
07/03/2018 to 22/03/2018
The Agency, together with OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), will facilitate a series of workshops for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for (hate) crime registration.
On 28 February and 1 March, FRA will join the meeting in Brussels of the High Level Group (HLG) on Non-Discrimination, Equality and Diversity and provide members of the HLG with a debriefing from the meeting of the Subgroup on Equality Data held on 25 January in Brussels, which was facilitated by FRA.
An awareness day on preventing discriminatory violence in cities is being organised in Dunkirk by the European Forum for Urban Security (EFUS).
26/10/2017 to 27/10/2017
The Agency Director will give a keynote speech at a public event on the human rights situation of Muslims in the EU on 26 October in New York.
On 19 October, the Head of the Agency’s Equality and Citizens’ Rights Department, Ioannis Dimitrakopoulos, will present FRA’s recent work in the field of hate crime and hate crime reporting by LGBTI people.
On 6 October, the Agency will host the third meeting of the subgroup that is working on developing methodologies for recording and collecting hate crime data.
28/09/2017 to 29/09/2017
The Agency will present an overview of its activities on hate crime and hate speech reporting during ILGA-Europe’s seminar in Brussels from 28 to 29 September on LGBTI hate crime and hate speech.
The Agency will speak about its hate crime work during a special committee hearing of the Italian Chamber of Deputies on 9 March.
Stakeholders discuss the development of the Agency’s second survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews in the selected EU Member States during a meeting at the Agency on 7 March.
On 3 March a delegation from the European Police College, CEPOL, will visit the Agency.
01/03/2017 to 03/03/2017
Local and regional authorities which are members of the European Forum for Urban Security (EFUS) will meet in Vienna on 1 March to discuss an upcoming compendium of good practices to fight intolerance and hate crime.
The Council of Europe’s programme for Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) will begin its ‘HELP in the 28’ course ‘Fight against Racism, Xenophobia, Homophobia and Transphobia’ on 6 February in Rome.
The EU’s High Level Group on combating racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance will hold its second meeting in Brussels on 7 December.
22/11/2016 to 24/11/2016
The Agency is helping to organise training from 22-24 November in Sered’, Slovakia, for public officials on fundamental rights, citizenship, and learning from the Holocaust.
On 30 September, the Agency will take part in a seminar on ‘Youth extremisms: understanding across ideological and religious contexts’, organised by the University of Manchester.
The Agency will take part in a panel on hate crime during the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights annual Human Dimension Implementation Meeting on 26 September in Warsaw.
The Agency will highlight the particular difficulties faced by people with disabilities who become victims of hate crime during an online seminar organised by the European Police College (CEPOL).
FRA will take part in the launch of the EU High Level Group on combating racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance, which will take place on 14 June in Brussels.
FRA will contribute to a training course being organised by the European Police College (CEPOL), Slovenia’s Police Academy and Austria’s Interior Ministry on fundamental rights and police ethics.
24/05/2016 to 26/05/2016
On 24-26 May, FRA will present its work on hate crime at the International Network for Hate Studies and the Hate and Hostility Research Group conference at the University of Limerick.
28/04/2016 to 29/04/2016
On 28 and 29 April, FRA, together with the Dutch Presidency of the Council of EU, will host the fourth meeting of the Working Party on improving reporting and recording hate crime in Amsterdam.
07/04/2016 to 08/04/2016
From 7 to 8 April, experts from eight EU justice and home affairs (JHA) agencies will meet at FRA.
Fourteen members of the German University of Police in Münster will visit FRA on 6 April as part of their Master’s Programme study visit to the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior.
On 14 March, FRA’s director, Michael O`Flaherty, will speak during the International Parliamentary Conference on Combating Antisemitism in Berlin.
03/03/2016 to 04/03/2016
FRA will take part in a panel discussion during an Open Society Foundation workshop on 3 and 4 March in Prague on combating Islamophobia in Central and Eastern Europe.
01/03/2016 to 02/03/2016
On 1 and 2 March in Prague, FRA will hold a meeting with 10 members of its Working Party on Improving Reporting and Recording of Hate Crime in the EU to discuss its compendium of practices for reporting and recording on hate crime.
On 14 December, FRA will take part in a conference on the investigation and adjudication of hate and discrimination crimes organised in Barcelona by the Centre of Legal Studies and Specialised Education of the Autonomous Government of Catalonia in cooperation with the Superior Public Prosecution Service.
10/12/2015 to 11/12/2015
On 10 and 11 December in Brussels, FRA will take part in an expert meeting on Islamophobia, discrimination and possible links to radicalisation.
On 17 November, FRA will speak at the OSCE Reinforced Human Dimension Committee meeting in Vienna on the issue of hate crimes.
On 9 November FRA will attend the meeting of a group of experts on the policy needs for data on crime.
26/10/2015 to 28/10/2015
FRA will give a presentation at a training course in Madrid from 26 to 28 October for judges and magistrates on hate crime and discrimination, organised by the Spanish General Council of the Judiciary.
01/10/2015 to 02/10/2015
FRA will moderate the session ‘Fostering equality legislation and promoting non-discrimination policies’ during the European Commission’s Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights in Brussels on 2 October.
28/06/2015 to 29/06/2015
FRA will take part in the Summit of European Jewish Communities ‘Building common answers’ in Barcelona on 28-29 June.
On 8 June, FRA will take part in the joint meeting of the Working Party on Fundamental Rights, Citizens’ Rights and Free Movement of Persons (FREMP) and the Working Party on Human Rights (COHOM) - two Council preparatory bodies responsible for EU’s internal and external human rights policies.
13/05/2015 to 14/05/2015
FRA will address Victim Support Europe’s Annual Conference Victims of Crime in Europe: the future is now in Lisbon on 13-14 May.
FRA will take part in a consultative meeting in Vienna on 20 April on antisemitic hate crime, organised by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR).
14/04/2015 to 15/04/2015
On 14-15 April, FRA will invite civil society experts to discuss the preliminary findings of its research on violence against children with disabilities, which is scheduled for publication in autumn.
30/03/2015 to 31/03/2015
Representatives from across the EU will gather in Riga on 30-31 March to discuss ways to improve hate crime reporting and recording.
On 23 March, the FRA Working Party on Improving Reporting and Recording Hate Crime will host a capacity building workshop at the Ministry of Justice in London.
On 6 March, FRA will take part in the second meeting of the European Network Against Racism’s (ENAR) steering group on combating Islamophobia.
On 4 March in Brussels, FRA will discuss the follow up to its survey of Jewish people’s experiences and perceptions of discrimination and hate crime in EU Member States.
FRA and the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union will host the inaugural meeting of the Working Party on Improving Reporting and Recording of Hate Crime on 4 November in Rome.
30/10/2014 to 31/10/2014
FRA will give a talk on ‘Transnational research of discrimination: current status, challenges and opportunities’ at a seminar on 30-31 October in Madrid.
27/10/2014 to 28/10/2014
FRA will take part in 8th Seminar on Combating Racism, Xenophobia and Antisemitism in Jerusalem on 27-28 October.
FRA will take part in discussions on racism and xenophobia at a United Nations Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva on 14 October.
The FRA Director has been invited by the Minister for Human Rights, Equal Opportunities and Legislation of the Czech Republic to present the work of FRA and explore avenues of future cooperation.
FRA will hold a preparatory meeting of the Working Party on Hate Crime on 17 July at the agency.
FRA Director Morten Kjaerum and the Director of the European Gender Institute, Virginija Langbakk, have been invited to meet with the Social Platform - a network of 47 European civil society organisations - on 30 June in Brussels.
28/04/2014 to 29/04/2014
FRA will co-organise a seminar together with the Hellenic Presidency of the Council of the EU on combating hate crime.
A meeting will take place on 31 March in Brussels to prepare for the piloting of training on Holocaust and human rights education for EU officials.
03/03/2014 to 04/03/2014
On 3-4 March, FRA will give a presentation on hate crime and human rights to a workshop on racism and xenophobia, organised by the Education Branch of the Spanish Directorate General of the Guardia Civil in Madrid.
FRA will be speaking on the subject of hate crime in the EU at a meeting of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs on 22 January.
FRA will give a presentation to the European Commission’s expert group on the policy needs of crime data.
On 5 December, FRA will present the findings of its recent survey on Discrimination and hate crime against Jews in EU Member States at a conference, organised by the Polish Ombudsman in partnership with FRA.
FRA will present the findings of its recent survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews in EU Member States at a European Parliament event on 26 November.
On the eve of the Fundamental Rights Conference, FRA will bring together a group of stakeholders in Vilnius.
On 8 November, on the eve of the anniversary of the anti-Jewish pogroms that took place 75 years ago, FRA will present the full findings of its survey of Jewish people’s experiences and perceptions of hate crime, discrimination and antisemitism in the EU.
01/10/2013 to 02/10/2013
From 1-2 October, representatives of Jewish, Muslim, LGBT and racism organisations will meet at the FRA to discuss their experiences on hate crime, and to exchange good practices on how to tackle the issue.
On 30 September, European Commission officials from DG Home Affairs and DG Justice Directorates-General, and several EU Agencies will meet at FRA to discuss their work on hate crime.
The FRA will present the results of its survey into experiences of hate crime and discrimination by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people on International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia on 17 May 2013 during a conference hosted by the Dutch government in The Hague.
14/05/2013 to 15/05/2013
The Oslo Conference on “Right-wing Extremism and Hate Crime: Minorities under Pressure in Europe and Beyond” has been organised by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
FRA will give a keynote speech at a conference on hate crime.