Highlights

  • Report / Paper / Summary
    29
    mai
    2024
    Ahead of the EU elections, this report explores the political participation of people with disabilities. Although some Member States removed restrictions on the right to vote and to stand for elections, barriers still exist. This report is an update of new developments following FRA’s last report published in 2014. It sets out ways forward to ensure people with disabilities have equal opportunities, in line with the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    14
    mai
    2024
    FRA’s third LGBTIQ survey shows that people still experience hate-motivated violence and discrimination. Trans and intersex people face even greater victimisation. Yet, signs of progress show that the EU’s and Member States’ efforts can positively affect people’s lives. More LGBTIQ people are open about their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics.
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    10
    avril
    2024
    Racism in the police can include discriminatory racial profiling practices through to excessive use of force. Incidents like these highlight deeper systemic issues that need addressing. Many in society are affected by racism in policing, not only the individuals or communities targeted. Lack of trust in policing can fuel social exclusion and damages the foundations of a fair and equal society, however promising practices are developing to address these issues. This is the first EU-wide report on racism in policing. FRA’s findings identify gaps in regulatory frameworks and propose concrete steps for action.
  • Report / Paper / Summary
    25
    octobre
    2023
    FRA's first Being Black in the EU report exposed widespread and entrenched racism against people of African descent in Europe. Now updated with new data, this report revisits the situation revealing persistent racial discrimination, harassment and violence. Overall, experiences of racial discrimination increased in the EU countries since 2016, reaching as high as 77%. The lack of progress is alarming despite binding anti-discrimination law in the EU since 2000 and significant EU policy developments since then.
Produits
10
mars
2013
This book will tell you about FRA’s work on how people might be treated differently in healthcare and on multiple discrimination in healthcare.
7
mars
2013
La note d’information est une compilation des résultats des enquêtes de la FRA sur la lutte contre les crimes haineux dans l'UE.
juin
2012
This summary in easy read format provides information about FRA’s work on the right to live independently.
27
novembre
2012
Les recherches de la FRA indiquent que la discrimination et l’intolérance persistent dans l’Union européenne (UE), malgré les meilleurs efforts déployés par des États membres pour les éradiquer. La violence verbale, les agressions physiques et les meurtres motivés par les préjugés atteignent la société européenne dans toute sa diversité, des minorités visibles aux personnes handicapées. Le présent rapport de la FRA est destiné à appuyer l’UE et ses États membres dans leur lutte contre ces violations des droits fondamentaux en les rendant plus visibles et en veillant à ce que leurs auteurs répondent de leurs actes.

27
novembre
2012
Ce 6e EU-MIDIS "Données en bref" rend compte des données portant sur les expériences des personnes interrogées en matière de victimisation concernant cinq types de crimes : vol de véhicule ou d’objets à l’intérieur d’un véhicule ; vol avec eff raction ou tentative d’eff raction ; vol d’eff ets personnels sans recours à la force ou à la menace ; agression et menace ; harcèlement grave. L’Enquête de l’Union européenne sur les minorités et la discrimination (EU-MIDIS) est la première enquête à l’échelle de l’Union européenne (UE) interrogeant 23 500 personnes sur leurs expériences en matière de discrimination et de victimisation criminelle au quotidien.

Report / Paper / Summary
avril
2005
This summary provides an insight into the extent of, and policy responses to, racist violence in the EU15. To this end they provide an overview of current knowledge about and responses to racist violence, by the State and civil society, in individual Member States.
26
janvier
2010
En 2009, l’Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne (FRA) a réalisé la toute première recherche à l’échelle européenne sur le rôle des mémoriaux dans l’enseignement relatif à l’Holocauste et à l’éducation aux droits de l’homme dans l’Union européenne (UE). Le résumé du rapport, Découvrir le passé pour l’avenir – Le rôle des sites historiques et des musées dans l’enseignement relatif à l’Holocauste et à l’éducation aux droits de l’homme au sein de l’UE, fournit une sélection d’observations, des éléments de discussion ainsi que des recommandations.
Report / Paper / Summary
10
octobre
2010
Racism and ethnic discrimination in sport have increasingly become a public issue in European sport over the past decades. This report examines the occurrence and different forms of racism, ethnic discrimination and exclusionary practices in sports, focusing on different sports and levels of practice in the EU.
7
décembre
2010
Ce résumé met en évidence les résultats clés de l’enquête de la FRA sur les enfants séparés demandeurs d’asile dans les États membres de l’UE. Il analyse les expériences et l’opinion de 336 enfants séparés demandeurs d’asile et de 302 adultes responsables de leur cas dans 12 États membres de l’UE.
20
juin
2012
Sur la base de données socio-légales objectives, fiables et comparables, le résumé du Rapport annuel de la FRA de cette année – Highlights 2011 – témoigne les évolutions positives qui ont eu lieu en 2011, ainsi que des défis auxquels l’UE et ses États membres font face dans le domaine des droits de l’homme.
1
décembre
2007
Equal Voices 22 "Being an older woman is disadvantageous and being additionally a minority, even more so", says Naina Patel in this Equal Voices.
Fundamental Rights Report
12
juin
2003
This report provides an account of the activities and achievements of the EUMC during 2002, and was presented on 12 June 2003 to the European Parliament, the Council ...
Report / Paper / Summary
1
juin
2008
The Annual Report 2008 is the first to be produced on the basis of the FRA legal base and mandate (Council Regulation 168//2007, art. 4.1(e)). This summary highlights information, events and developments related to racism and xenophobia in the EU for the year 2007 which are contained in the 2008 Annual Report.
1
octobre
2006
This issue of Equal Voices seeks to give an overview of the main questions around the ‘integration debate' at the EU level: What is the context of the current debate? How is integration defined? Can integration be measured, and how? What should integration policies look like?

mai
2009
Le présent rapport, consacré aux répondants qui se sont identifiés comme musulmans, est le second d’une série de rapports «Données en bref» présentant les résultats spécifiques issus de l’enquête.
juin
2008
The report examines the situation of homophobia in the 27 EU Member States. It analyses comparatively key legal provisions, relevant judicial data, such as court decisions, and case law in the Member States. In addition, the report identifies and highlights 'good practice' in the form of positive measures and initiatives to overcome underreporting of LGBT (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transsexuals) discrimination, to promote inclusion and to protect transgender persons. FRA's legal analysis is the first of two reports related to homophobia and discrimination experienced by members of the LGBT community.
Fundamental Rights Report
1
juin
2008
The Annual Report 2008 is the first to be produced on the basis of the FRA legal base and mandate (Council Regulation 168//2007, art. 4.1(e)). It covers information, events and developments related to racism and xenophobia in the EU for the year 2007, which was the Agency's focus of work prior to the adoption of its Multiannual Framework in February 2008. The report summarises the findings of the Agency's on-going data collection through its RAXEN National Focal Points (NFPs) in each of the 27 Member States of the EU.
2
Février
2011
The Fundamental Rights Agency publishes its first report on multiple discrimination: EU-MIDIS Data in Focus 5: ‘Multiple Discrimination' which focuses on perceptions of multiple discrimination experiences by respondents of ethnic or immigrant origin, compared with the general population.