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The Regional Representative for Europe of UN’s Human Rights Office (OHCHR), Birgit Van Hout, visited the Agency on 22 September.
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The Agency presented its work at the Early Warning and Preparedness System Network Advisory group meeting at EASO in Malta from 19 to 20 September.
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On 15 September, the Head of the Agency’s Freedoms and Justice Department gave a plenary presentation on legal responses to gender-based violence at the European Society of Criminology Conference in Cardiff, UK.
The Agency will give a presentation at the European Asylum Support Office’s Consultative Forum Regional Thematic Meeting on ‘EASO Operations: Lessons Learned’ on 29 September in Trapani, Italy.
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The Agency will present findings from its Local Engagement for Roma Inclusion research in Romania during EUROCITIES’ Roma inclusion working group meeting, hosted by Cluj-Napoca in Romania.
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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.
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The Agency will join other EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies from 28 to 29 September in Lisbon in the third of their regular network meetings, currently being chaired by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.
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On 28 September, the Agency will present key findings from its Fundamental Rights Report 2017 in The Hague.
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From 27 to 29 September, the newest members of FRA’s Management Board will come together for the first time.
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The Agency will take part in the sixth meeting of the Council of Europe’s Ad Hoc Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Strasbourg from 27 to 29 September.
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The Agency will take part in the 5th joint Collaborative Platform on Social and Economic Rights on 26 September in Riga, organised by the Latvian Ombudsman.
On 26 September the Confederation of European Probation (CEP) is hosting an annual expert meeting in Brussels on the implementation of two cross-border criminal justice Framework Decisions.
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The Agency will explore common values that underpin privacy around the world during the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners that takes place from 25 to 29 September in Hong Kong.
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Assurer un contrôle adéquat des normes au sein des centres d’accueil vient s’ajouter à la liste des défis des États membres de l’UE pour garantir aux demandeurs d’asile des conditions de vie appropriées. Ceci est l’une des conclusions du dernier résumé de l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l'Union européenne (FRA) sur les enjeux des droits fondamentaux liés à la migration dans certains États membres. Celle-ci évalue de quelle manière les États membres veillent à ce qu’une surveillance et des normes adaptées soient assurées dans les centres d’accueil des migrants.
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La grande majorité des musulmans dans l’Union européenne (UE) ont un sentiment fort de confiance dans les institutions démocratiques en dépit d’une discrimination et d’un harcèlement répandus, selon une enquête majeure de l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’UE (FRA). L’enquête saisit les expériences des immigrants s’identifiant comme musulmans et de leurs enfants nés dans l’Union européenne, et montre que les attitudes du public n’ont guère changé au cours de la dernière décennie.
On 5-6 September, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights held a consultation meeting in Geneva with selected national statistical institutes, national human rights institutions and international organisations to discuss the methodological details of collecting data for some of the Sustainable Development Goal indicators.
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The Agency took part in a consultation meeting on 13 September in Brussels on the upcoming EU Roma Platform.
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The Agency gave a refresher course on fundamental rights to Schengen evaluation trainers in the field of border management and return on 15 September.
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Members of Independent Police Complaints Authorities’ Network (IPCAN) issued a declaration calling on the Council of Europe, the European Union and the OSCE to urge Member States to strengthen the oversight of national security services.
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. The meeting, held in Strasbourg on 19 and 20 September, discussed issues related to the organisation of guardianship systems.