Projects

Read about the Agency's current and previous projects here. For more information, please see the FRA Programming Document 2019-2021.

Filter by:

90 Projects found

Launch Date
octobre
2022
Project Status
Ongoing
FRA, together with the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), will carry out a survey in eight EU Member States to interview women concerning their experiences of violence. The survey will collect data on experiences of physical, sexual and psychological violence, sexual harassment and stalking, as well as violence experienced during childhood. The survey also captures elements of online abuse.
Launch Date
juin
2022
Project Status
Ongoing
The survey will collect the views and experiences of people fleeing the war in Ukraine. It addresses a wide range of issues related to their stay in the EU, including access to employment, education, housing, healthcare, language learning and other issues affecting their social and economic integration.
Launch Date
janvier
2022
Project Status
In preparation
The project will provide evidence-based advice on the experiences of data protection authorities (DPAs). It will support the European Commission’s evaluation report on the implentation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Launch Date
décembre
2021
Project Status
Ongoing
The project will provide evidence-based advice to EU institutions and Member States on procedural safeguards for persons requested in the European Arrest Warrant proceedings. FRA will collect information through a combination of desk research and interviews with lawyers, judges and prosecutors.
Launch Date
avril
2021
Project Status
Findings available
The current project builds on the existing FRA database to provide updated and new information on standards of conditions of detention in EU Member States, which can assist judges dealing with European Arrest Warrant (EAW) requests in their assessment of whether detention conditions comply with the prohibition of inhuman or degrading treatment. FRA will collect data through desk research and will closely cooperate with relevant monitoring bodies.
Launch Date
janvier
2021
Project Status
Ongoing
This project analyses online hatred in selected EU Member States through collecting and analysing incidents of sexist and racist hatred expressed on selected online platforms.
Launch Date
janvier
2021
Project Status
Ongoing
With European populations rapidly ageing, this project focuses on how older persons can fully participate in an inclusive and digitally just society for all. The research will take into account key EU policies, including the Pillar of Social Rights and the European Digital Agenda, examining how older people can enjoy their right to access public services which have undergone or are undergoing digitalisation.
Launch Date
décembre
2020
Project Status
Findings available
The project will provide evidence-based advice to EU institutions and Member States on procedural safeguards for children who are suspected or accused of crime. FRA will collect information through a combination of desk research and interviews with lawyers, police, judges, prosecutors, other juvenile justice professionals, as well as with children.
Launch Date
décembre
2020
Project Status
Ongoing
Children who are deprived of parental care and who are third-country nationals are in need of special protection, and are entitled to be assigned a person who assists them throughout all proceedings. This project continues FRA's work on guardianship for unaccompanied children by looking at guardianship and legal representation systems in all 27 EU Member States, plus North Macedonia and Serbia. It also includes the development of a training manual for trainers of guardians.
Launch Date
octobre
2020
Project Status
Ongoing
The survey will collect comparable data in 15 EU Member States – Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden – from immigrants and descendants of immigrants. The survey asks about their experiences in different areas of life – ranging from employment to crime victimisation – through the lens of fundamental rights.