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FRA will take part in the European Anti-Racism Summit on 21 March.
FRA was part of the European Economic and Social Committee’s annual civil society days.
FRA facilitated a parallel session during an online conference on the digital dimension of violence against women.
FRA took part in Eurofound’s virtual consultation on the next European Working Conditions Survey (2024 edition).
Le personnel de l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne (FRA) a été impressionné par le degré de solidarité affiché aux frontières de l’UE avec l’Ukraine, malgré les difficultés rencontrées. L’agence a également recensé les éventuels problèmes en matière de droits fondamentaux susceptibles de se poser. Ce ne sont là que quelques-unes des premières observations qui sont ressorties des visites de la FRA dans l’ensemble des pays membres de l’UE situés aux frontières de l’Ukraine. Un rapport succinct devrait être publié la semaine prochaine.
FRA Director will speak to the European Parliament about migration and migrant rights on 16 March.
FRA’s Executive Board will meet on 11 March via videoconference.
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FRA participated in the first 2022 meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs Agencies’ Network.
On 10 March, FRA, in cooperation with the National Roma Contact Points will present preliminary results from its FRA’s Roma survey 2020.
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FRA will give training to the EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) on 9 March and to the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) on 14 March.
FRA’s Director will take part in a French EU Presidency conference on improving accessibility and access to rights, implementing the 2021-2030 EU Strategy.
On 7 March, FRA’s Director will take part in a virtual round table discussion on mobilising law enforcement services against domestic violence.
EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies support the work of EU institutions and Member States as they help Ukraine and its people now that war once again touches Europe.
FRA spoke about the state of play of child poverty and social exclusion in Europe on 4 March.
Fin 2021, les allégations concernant le traitement des migrants aux frontières de l’UE ainsi que les conditions difficiles dans les centres de rétention et d’accueil constituaient toujours un sujet de préoccupation au regard des droits fondamentaux. C’est ce que révèle le dernier bulletin sur la migration de l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne (FRA).
FRA seeks contractors to provide fundamental rights research and analysis in all EU Member States, Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia. The deadline for call for tenders has been extended to 19 April.
On 24 February, FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty spoke at the UN-EU high-level policy dialogue on protecting the safety of journalists, media freedom and pluralism in the European Union.
FRA took part in an event to discuss the role of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) in monitoring implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
On 24 February, FRA, together with OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), facilitated a workshop in Cyprus for law enforcement officers and other relevant partners.
The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) welcomes that European countries have opened their doors to people fleeing Ukraine. Our full solidarity is with everyone suffering from this conflict.