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FRA highlighted fundamental rights safeguards in the EU’s Entry-Exit system during a training course on 26 and 28 April.
FRA took part in the conference ID@Borders & Future of Travel Conference 2022.
FRA will take part in a meeting of the European Commission’s Working Group on Equality and Values in Education and Training.
A new guide from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) offers support to local authorities in incorporating human rights into the lives of people they serve.
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FRA will join the Council of Europe conference ‘Speaking Human Rights Online’ in Brussels.
On 22 April, FRA took part in a conference organised by the Vienna Anti-Discrimination Agency for LGBTIQ Affairs (WASt) on queer youth issues.
Civil society organisations active in the area of fundamental rights and other rights defenders are key for the implementation of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
FRA joined OECD discussions on its draft report on ‘The Protection and Promotion of Civic Space: the Global Context and the Way Forward’.
FRA joined a hearing on 20 April on a draft French AI Act and its fundamental rights implications.
A group of around 30 administrators from the French National Institute for local Studies (INET) met FRA on 12 April.
Additional data from FRA’s Fundamental Rights Survey are now available online as part of the Agency’s data visualisation.
On 13 April, FRA will address the Forum on the present and future of citizenship and human rights education in Europe.
On 12 April, FRA will meet a group of 30 students from the French National Institute for local Studies (INET).
FRA gave a presentation to the national implementation of the EU Anti-racism action plan 2020-2025 subgroup on 8 April.
FRA took part in the inaugural meeting of the Council of Europe Committee on Artificial Intelligence (CAI) from 4 to 6 April.
FRA moderated a panel discussion on 5 April at the OSCE Conference of the Alliance against Trafficking in Persons.
With war still raging in Ukraine, Europe needs to pay special attention to Roma seeking sanctuary in the European Union, says the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) on International Roma Day. FRA is concerned about allegations of difficulties and possible discrimination at the EU borders. It recommends that authorities take appropriate action and investigate any such complaints in line with EU law.
FRA will take part in the Council of Europe’s high-level conference ‘Beyond the horizon: a new era for the rights of the child’, on 7 April in Rome.
FRA took part in a meeting of the Advisory Board of the E-Mindful project on migration narratives.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights issue the second edition of their popular handbook on European child rights law.