This survey will look at the socio-demographic situation of Roma and Travellers in six EU Member States. It will also look at their experiences of discrimination. Together such data will assess their level of inclusion in these Member States.
This online tool will provide access to the most relevant monitoring mechanisms with a strong human rights remit under the auspices of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe and the EU.
FRA will update its handbook, in partnership with the European Data Protection Supervisor and the Council of Europe, which presents and explains European data protection law in a straightforward way for those working in this area.
The Agency will update and expand the scope of its 2010 guide on Discriminatory Ethnic Profiling. The new Guide will provide a general update of the analysis, taking into account legal and technological developments, and expanding the scope to include border management.
The project looks at the experiences and views of foreign workers in selected EU countries who have experienced criminal forms of labour exploitation. It fills an important gap by extending the evidence beyond the views of professionals who deal with labour exploitation; this was covered in an earlier project.
In 2016 the European Commission asked the FRA to join its High Level Group (HLG) to combat racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance. In 2018, it asked FRA to lead a Working Group on hate crime recording, data collection and reporting.
FRA will update its handbook, in partnership with the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), which presents and explains European non-discrimination law in a straightforward way for those working in this area.
This project aims to assess how victims experience rights in practice during criminal proceedings through desk research and face-to-face interviews with practitioners and adult victims of violent offences.