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FRA will present results from its EU LGBTI survey on workplace discrimination during an international conference on creating a safe and friendly environment for LGBTIQ+ employees and employment seekers.
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FRA will present findings from its recent artificial intelligence and fundamental rights report during a two-day training webinar.
FRA will join panel discussions on 18 March on racism and racial discrimination in the EU. The discussions form part of the European Economic and Social Committee’s virtual public hearing on the EU anti-racism action plan 2020-2025.
On 17 March, FRA will meet the European Commission’s and Council of Europe’s child rights coordinators. This partnership meeting aims at supporting the continuous cooperation and coordination of child rights work between the three organisations.
FRA will join an ad hoc meeting on 17 March on the digitalisation of justice. It will be the first of a series of thematic ad hoc meetings under the umbrella of the Victims’ Rights Platform in 2021 - one of the flagship initiatives of the EU’s Victims’ Rights Strategy.
On 17 March, FRA will present selected findings from its surveys during the European Forum for Urban Security (EFUS) General Assembly and Annual Conference.
This video statement by FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty was recorded for the online event '2021 Mayors Summit Against Anti-Semitism' which took place on 16 March 2021. The event was hosted by the city of Frankfurt am Main in partnership with the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM).
Chaque année en Europe, des millions de citoyens sont victimes de fraudes à la consommation, sous la forme d’une tromperie sur la marchandise ou d’une fraude à la carte bancaire. Les personnes handicapées en sont plus particulièrement la cible. Telles sont quelques-unes des conclusions de l’enquête récemment réalisée par l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’UE (FRA) sur les expériences des victimes de la criminalité. À l’occasion de la Journée mondiale des droits des consommateurs, la FRA appelle les États membres de l’UE à redoubler d’efforts pour protéger les consommateurs.
FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty will be one of the inaugural speakers at an event to discuss challenges and the future for civil society organisations during and after COVID-19.
On 10 March, the European Migration network launched its report on the state of implementation in 2019 of the EU’s Communication on protecting migrant children.
On 11 March, FRA will give a virtual lecture about the EU justice system and its legal bodies to the EU Delegation to Turkmenistan. FRA will give an overview on the EU policy system, the Agency’s work and how it protects human rights in the EU.
FRA will give a presentation during a meeting on victims’ participation in criminal proceedings and access to justice. FRA will draw on its recently-published results from the Fundamental Rights Survey, as well as other FRA research.
The FRA Director will exchange views with EU Ministers of Justice during their informal videoconference on 11 March.
FRA will hold a meeting to prepare for the second part of its Procedural safeguards for children who are suspects or accused in criminal proceedings project.
FRA will present findings from its work on the impact of COVID-19 on fundamental rights during the UNECE Regional Forum on Sustainable Development. It will be part of discussions on 10 March on how human rights can guide sustainable recovery. FRA will also draw on its work on implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in the EU. The event focuses on how to ensure that the principle of leaving no-one behind is entrenched in COVID-19 recovery strategies and plans.
The FRA Director will meet Werner Amon, one of the three Heads of the Austrian NHRI (Volksanwaltschaft) on 9 March.
En Europe, les femmes continuent d’être la cible courante d’actes de harcèlement et de violence. Nombreuses sont les femmes qui restreignent leurs déplacements et leurs rencontres, par crainte d’être agressées. Et très souvent, les femmes qui ont subi une agression ne la signalent pas. Telles sont quelques-unes des conclusions de l’enquête que vient de réaliser l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’UE (FRA) sur les expériences des victimes de certains types d’actes criminels. À l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la femme, la FRA appelle à une amélioration du soutien aux femmes, de façon à ce qu’elles puissent accéder à leurs droits.
FRA will present its research findings during a side meeting at the UN Crime Congress. It will draw on results from its violence against women survey and fundamental rights survey.
The FRA Director visited the Canary Islands and met with the authorities in Spain to discuss the migratory situation in the Canary Islands.
The Italian Academy of Law and Migration held a launch event for the Italian version of the handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration.