Discussion Forum

At the Fundamental Rights Conference around 300 policy makers and practitioners from across the EU will come together to discuss how to improve access to fundamental rights for irregular migrants living in the EU.

The conference is focused on the findings of the FRA’s EU-wide research on the situation of irregular migrants. Several FRA reports on this topic indicate that due to the lack of a legally-recognised status irregular migrants are vulnerable to severe fundamental rights violations. These violations include exploitation in the workplace, lack of access to basic services, and barriers to accessing justice. The conference provides a forum for participants to explore key legal and practical challenges and to develop solutions.

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