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The European Commission, in cooperation with FRA, is holding a national dialogue on the rule of law in Germany.
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FRA will launch findings from its Roma survey report during the European Platform for Roma Inclusion meeting.
On 25 October, FRA will join discussions on the 100th Migration Preparedness and Crisis Blueprint report on the current situation at the EU borders with Ukraine.
Roma across Europe continue to experience widespread deprivation. Six years on since the last survey from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), Roma families still live in shocking conditions, and their educational and job prospects are poor. This new FRA report identifies improvements and gaps in Roma inclusion to guide national efforts for Roma equality, inclusion and participation.
FRA will take part in a meeting of the Working Group on the European Child Guarantee on 24 October.
FRA spoke at a hearing of a European Parliament working group on access to funding for civil society.
Michael O’Flaherty
FRA Director, Michael O'Flaherty delivers his speech during a joint event of Ariadne and Assifero, the Italian network of foundations of non-banking origin. The event took place in Duino, Italy, on 21 October 2022.
FRA co-chaired the Frontex Consultative Forum meeting together with the UN Refugee Agency.
On 21 October, FRA will add concluding remarks during a launch event on how cities operationalise the Leave no one behind principle in their local policies.
FRA presented the Swedish results of the Roma and Travellers survey in Stockholm on 14 October.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine triggered solidarity from EU governments, local authorities and society as they welcomed more than 7 million people fleeing the aggression. With fundamental rights ensured by law, practical challenges remain. The latest Ukraine bulletin from the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) explores the broad fundamental rights implications of the war within the EU, and its consequences for every single EU Member State.
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FRA will hold its regular meeting with the National Liaison Officers in Vienna.
Michael O'Flaherty
FRA Director, Michael O'Flaherty, delivered a keynote speech at the European Police Chiefs Convention in the Hague. He gave the speech on 5 October 2022.
FRA, together with OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), hosted a meeting for intergovernmental organisations and EU institutions on civil society cooperation and support for human rights defenders.
FRA has extracted youth data from its extensive body of research to guide campaigns supporting the rights of young people.
FRA presented its Being Black in the EU report findings at the Discriminations ethno-raciales au Luxembourg: perceptions de la population conference on 17 October in Luxembourg.
FRA hosted a delegation from the Gender Alliance for Development Center (GADC) on 20 October.
FRA met with representatives of the International Association of Universities of the Third Age on 11 October at the Agency.
The heads of ENNHRI, Equinet and FRA met on 12 October in Brussels. They discussed current and upcoming priorities.
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