An inter-parliamentary seminar on Stopping hate on the internet: The role of legislators in the age of internet superpower took place in Bratislava on 21 June.
The FRA Director joined other high-level panellists in discussing 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).
From 9 to 11 June, the Agency took part in a European Ideas Lab in Ljubljana as part of the Aware And Active project coordinated by the Austrian National Agency Erasmus+ Youth in action.
On 15 May, the Agency, together with ODIHR, facilitated a workshop in Bratislava for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for hate crime registration.
Jewish people in 13 EU Member States can now participate in the Agency's second antisemitism survey. Building on the results from the first survey, it aims to further help the EU and its Member States formulate informed policy and legal responses to combat antisemitism.
The Agency discussed with Member States and civil society representatives the creation of an EASO network of vulnerability experts.
On 22 March, FRA and ODIHR jointly facilitated a diagnostic workshop with law enforcement officers and officials responsible for hate crime registration in Poland.
The Agency, together with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, facilitated a two-day workshop in Lisbon for law enforcement officers and officials responsible for hate crime registration.
On 5 March, the Agency presented its survey on ethnic and migrant minorities to academic researchers.
The Agency presented the findings from its second EU Minorities and Discrimination Survey (EU-MIDIS II) and the beta version of its database of relevance to Muslims in Europe at the 4th Roundtable on combating anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination.