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The Agency will its priorities for the year ahead to the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) on 20 February in Brussels.
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The Agency will promote its findings and work on civic education and the integration of migrants at a meeting of the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE) on 19-20 April.
The Bulgarian Presidency of the EU will host discussions on best practices for police cooperation in preventing and combating domestic violence and violence against women.
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The Chairperson of the National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) of the Republic of Korea, ‘South Korea’, will visit the Agency with a delegation on 19 February.
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The Agency will take part in an expert workshop organised by the UN Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights (OHCHR) on the right to privacy in the digital age.
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Leading human rights communicators shared their tips on how to make human rights messages more effective.
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The Agency attended an event on ‘Investing in people – the way forward’ on 15-16 of February in Sofia marking 60 years of the European Social Fund.
The Agency provided fundamental rights input to two panels at the annual conference of the Odysseus Academic Network.
On 9 February, the Agency took part in training for candidate guardians for unaccompanied migrant and asylum-seeking children in Italy’s Abruzzo region.
The Agency spoke at an industry event on 7 February organised by the European Commission in the context of Eurosur, the EU border surveillance system.
Integration is a two-way process that involves both migrants and the host community considering each other’s point of view.
The Agency will present its second report on surveillance by intelligence services on 16 February in Paris.
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The Agency will chair various panels at the Procedural Safeguards - practical training for the daily practice of legal practitioners event in Riga from 15 to 16 February.
On 13 February in Rome, the Agency will present to Italian stakeholders the findings of its recent reports on deinstitutionalisation for people with disabilities.
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Partner media organisations and experts will come to the Agency on 12 and 13 February to review and analyse news examples for FRA’s online media toolkit.
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The Agency will present survey findings on discrimination in education during the OECD’s policy forum on the integration of migrants and refugees in education.
Providing adequate and affordable housing for migrants remains one of the main challenges for local communities, according to the Agency’s latest focus report on the migration situation in the EU.
The European Migration Network held its 91st meeting of National Contact Points on 5 February in Brussels. The meeting was an opportunity to learn about the progress of relevant studies from the network as well as work from the Joint Research Centre on age assessment, asylum and integration.
The Agency took part in the first meeting of the advisory group for the research project ‘Cities of Refuge’.
The Agency took part in the Council of Europe’s drafting group responsible for developing standards on guardianship for children in the context of migration.