FRA participated in the EEA and Norway Grants Financial Mechanism Office’s second International Partner Organisation coordination meeting in Brussels on 27 June.
On 4 July, Europol is hosting a conference in The Hague on inclusive practices in law Enforcement: protecting our diversity.
FRA will host a group of young lawyers from Germany on 3 July.
The dataset from FRA’s second antisemitism survey is now available for further use by researchers. The dataset contains a wealth of information from over 16,000 Jews in 12 EU Member States about their perceptions and experiences of antisemitism.
On 1 July, at the Global Campus of Human Rights in Venice, FRA will participate in a roundtable discussion on the experiences, challenges and successes of EU fundamental rights training and online learning in particular.
FRA will deliver a keynote speech during a University College Dublin Workshop on Implementing Machine Ethics.
FRA has just updated its annual overview of effective forced return monitoring systems across the EU.
FRA will join the European Court of Auditors on 28 June via video conference in their performance audit of the European Commission’s contribution to the national efforts to tackle child poverty.
FRA will chair a session on Big Data legal questions during a conference on human rights challenges in the digital age.
FRA took part a roundtable discussion on combatting anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination and a workshop on synergies and good practices on tackling anti-Muslim racism and discrimination.
On 20 June in Brussels, FRA took part in the first meeting of the European Commission working group on the implementation of the Council Declaration on the fight against antisemitism.
FRA attended and provided expert input to a Council of Europe ad-hoc expert meeting on statelessness.
FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2019 provides insights into the main issues shaping fundamental rights debates across the EU.
FRA’s Director presented the key findings of its Fundamental Rights Report 2019 at the Council of the EU’s Working Party on Fundamental Rights, Citizens’ Rights and Free Movement of Persons (FREMP) on 24 June.
Michael O'Flaherty
The FRA Director delivers a keynote speech on 17 June 2019 during the 'Building the present, designing the future: public policies for a more equal society' seminar organised by the International University Menéndez Pelayo in Santander Spain.
Michael O'Flaherty
We shouldn’t be here this morning. It shouldn’t be that 100 years after the Philadelphia Declaration and the founding of the ILO that we should talk about systemic, criminal exploitation of labour. It shouldn’t be that we should talk about it in, of all places, Europe.
As workers in the EU are still severely exploited, FRA is jointly organising a high-level conference 'From wrongs to rights - Ending severe labour exploitation' in Brussels on 25 June.
Opening Video for FRA event - From wrongs to rights: ending severe labour exploitation.