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The Fundamental Rights Forum 2021 was the space for dialogue on the human rights challenges facing the EU today. In this video, participants talk about the challenges of fundamental rights in the digital age.
On 9 February, FRA will give a virtual presentation to the students of the master course Intercultural communication and European studies at Germany’s Fulda University of Applied Sciences.
On 8 February, FRA will contribute to a high-level panel discussion during the closing of the Winter Academy.
FRA joined discussions during the plenary session of the Council of Europe’s Steering Committee for child rights. The session covered the rights of children in migration.
The French Presidency of the EU invited FRA to the informal meeting of Justice Ministers in Lillle.
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FRA will speak at the 2022 Winter Academy on ‘human rights go local: what works’.
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FRA will take part in a WHO expert meeting on psychological intimate partner violence.
On 1 February, European experts from the European Commission, academia and civil society organisations meet to discuss ways of improving criminal proceedings for children who are in conflict with the law.
On 26 January, FRA gave a presentation on measuring non-discrimination and equality through surveys at a meeting of the Praia Group Task Team on Non-Discrimination and Equality.
The online data explorer from the Roma and Travellers survey is now available.
In this vlog, FRA Director Michael O'Flaherty highlights the need to work together to tackle hate and discrimination in our societies.
On 21 January, FRA took part at a conference on border management in Vilnius.
On 19 January, FRA held the third meeting of the Working Group on improving hate crime recording, data collection and reporting.
If we are serious about protecting fundamental rights, we need to start listening to young people and what they have to tell us. This message came through very strongly at the Fundamental Rights Forum 2021. As we kick off the European Year of Youth 2022, let’s look at why listening to young people is key to protecting their rights.
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FRA will present its capacity-building resources during the network conference of the Council of Europe’s Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) Programme.
On 20 January, FRA will take part in the second meeting of the Working Group on Equality and Values in Education and Training.
On 18 January, FRA will speak about the fundamental rights implications of the large-scale EU IT systems used in migration.
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FRA will take part in two European Commission workshops that aim to help prepare a legislative proposal on binding standards for Equality Bodies.
A new report looks at how EU agencies address the socioeconomic effects of sustainable development.
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FRA wishes you a wonderful break. See you again in 2022. Don't forget to check out our 2021 publications overview!