FRA will take part in the 4th joint meeting of the informal group of experts on child rights and the informal group on the protection of children in migration.
FRA met with the Czech Public Defender of Rights, Anna Šabatová, on 22 May in Brno to assess cooperation.
The summary of FRA’s report on civil society challenges across the EU outlines the main findings emerging from the research and what can be done to address them.
This 2018 edition of the handbook on European data protection law is now also available in German.
The summary outlining the main findings of FRA’s second survey on Jewish people’s experiences of hate crime, discrimination and antisemitism in the EU – the biggest survey of Jewish people ever conducted worldwide - are now available online in 12 languages: Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian Spanish and Swedish.
FRA attended the Frontex Consultative Forum meeting on 17 May in Warsaw
On 22 May in Brussels, FRA presented its report From institutions to community living for persons with disabilities: perspectives from the ground during a seminar by the Belgian equal opportunities body, Unia.
The Eurostat working group on crime and criminal justice statistics met in Luxembourg from 27 to 28 May to discuss progress as well as the need to address emerging issues.
The agency took part in the meeting on 23 May in Brussels of the European Commission’s Inter-Service Group on the integration of non-EU nationals.
Michael O’Flaherty
FRA Director's speech to a high-level Romanian Presidency conference on the role and status of women in modern society: Between empowerment, leadership and gender discrimination given on 29 May 2019 in Bucharest.
The Spanish Diplomatic School and Casa Àrabe is organising a course on Islam and Muslims today: foundations, diversity and dynamics of change.
In Bucharest on 29 May, the FRA Director will give a keynote address on the empowering role of women in society.
From 27 to 28 May in Luxembourg, the agency will take part in the annual meeting of the Eurostat working group on crime and criminal justice statistics.
The agency together with the UN’s Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is co-organising a side-event on victims of hate crime.
Across Europe, recent elections and referendums have made one thing very clear: voting matters. How we vote – and whether we vote at all – can change our societies for generations.
On 17 May, FRA took part in a SERISS expert meeting on survey fieldwork costs organised at NIDI in The Hague.
The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), in cooperation with the Escola da Policia, is conducting training in Loures, Portugal, against child trafficking.
The European Commission is running on 21 May in Bratislava a capacity building seminar on moving towards independent living and community based care.
The FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty will address the Congress of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) on its opening day in Vienna on 21 May.
On 21 May, a group of students from the Department of International Law at the University of Erfurt in Germany will visit FRA.