Systems

Carta de los Derechos Fundamentales de la UE

Highlights

  • Fundamental Rights Report
    11
    June
    2020
    This focus takes a closer look at the application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, which has been legally binding for 10 years. At EU level, it has gained visibility and sparked a new fundamental rights culture. At national level, awareness and use of the Charter are limited. Courts increasingly use the Charter, showing the impact of this modern instrument. But its use by governments and parliaments remains low. For instance, there is little indication of anyone regularly scrutinising national legislation that transposes EU law for compatibility with the Charter.
  • Country sheets
    22
    March
    2019
    Los Estados miembros tienen un deber explícito de promover la aplicación de la Carta. Estas fichas de país respaldan dicho esfuerzo mediante la presentación de ejemplos del uso de la Carta y haciendo hincapié en el valor añadido que esta aporta.
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    Los derechos fundamentales son los derechos y las libertades básicos que pertenecen a todos en la UE. Son los mismos, con independencia del lugar de donde seas, en qué creas o cómo vivas.
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    Fundamental Rights Report 2019: The Charter of Fundamental Rights is the EU’s bill of human rights. These rights and principles have to be respected and promoted by EU institutions and Member States whenever they act within EU law. Approaching the Charter’s 10th anniversary, Member States do not yet make full use of the potential it offers.
Productos
The Agency provides support and expertise on the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union at different governance levels by delivering a series of products related to the the Charter.
Key statements from the FRA/Euractiv online event Reinforcing the EU Charter: rights of people in the EU in the next decade, 7 December 2020.
11
June
2020
This focus takes a closer look at the application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, which has been legally binding for 10 years. At EU level, it has gained visibility and sparked a new fundamental rights culture. At national level, awareness and use of the Charter are limited. Courts increasingly use the Charter, showing the impact of this modern instrument. But its use by governments and parliaments remains low. For instance, there is little indication of anyone regularly scrutinising national legislation that transposes EU law for compatibility with the Charter.
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue and its chapter about Justice.
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue and its chapter about Freedoms.
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue and its chapter about Equality.
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue and its chapter about Citizens' Rights.
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue and its chapter about Solidarity.
Improve law and policies by always checking the applicability of the Charter!
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue and its chapters starting with Dignity.
Check out the EU's modern human rights catalogue! The Charter celebrates this year its 10th anniversary since it became legally binding!
12
November
2019
The Charter is most effective, and has a real impact on people’s lives, when parliaments, governments and courts at local, regional and national levels all actively apply it. The national sphere is particularly relevant. A strong fundamental rights architecture and committed national governments and parliaments are key to letting the Charter unfold its potential at this level. Civil society organisations (CSOs) and national human rights institutions (NHRIs) are also crucial given their contributions to the protection and promotion of Charter rights.
Fundamental Rights Report 2019: The Charter of Fundamental Rights is the EU’s bill of human rights. These rights and principles have to be respected and promoted by EU institutions and Member States whenever they act within EU law. Approaching the Charter’s 10th anniversary, Member States do not yet make full use of the potential it offers.
22
March
2019
Los Estados miembros tienen un deber explícito de promover la aplicación de la Carta. Estas fichas de país respaldan dicho esfuerzo mediante la presentación de ejemplos del uso de la Carta y haciendo hincapié en el valor añadido que esta aporta.
23
October
2018
BG, DA and EL versions now available
04 November 2020
En efecto, la Carta se percibe a priori como un catálogo muy innovador al incorporar numerosos derechos no incluidos en otras cartas de derechos ya consolidadas. Normalmente, quienes se encuentren familiarizados con los principios básicos del Derecho de la Unión recordarán enseguida que la Carta vincula en todo momento a la UE y que únicamente vincula a los Estados miembros cuando «apliquen el Derecho de la Unión». Pero ¿qué significan en realidad estos términos del artículo 51 de la Carta, que tan a menudo se citan?
1
October
2018
With this Opinion, FRA aims to contribute to the European Parliament's own-initiative report on the “Implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the EU institutional framework”, being prepared in the Parliament’s Committee for Constitutional Affairs (AFCO). The request aims at understanding the interaction between the Charter’s implementation at national and EU level, and whether there are “instruments, mechanisms and practices” available at EU level to assist Member States to better implement the Charter.
19
February
2016
This leaflet explains how national parliaments, governments and courts can use the Charter and shows how the Charter was used at the national level in 2015.
10
October
2012
Copenhagen Seminar Report
Danish Presidency of the Council of the EU and EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (15–16 March 2012)
Los derechos fundamentales son los derechos y las libertades básicos que pertenecen a todos en la UE. Son los mismos, con independencia del lugar de donde seas, en qué creas o cómo vivas.