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On 25 November, the European Commission’s child rights coordinator hosted an Interservice Group meeting to discuss the implementation of the EU Strategy on Child Rights (2021-2024).
FRA and the Consultative Forum attended the Frontex Management Board meeting.
On 17 November, the FRA Director had bilateral meetings at the European Parliament.
On 22 November, the Council of the EU hosted a training session on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights for Justice and Home Affairs Councillors.
FRA took part in the online AGE Annual Conference 2022 on 18 November.
On 17 November, FRA joined the first European Employment and Social Rights Forum.
FRA compiled an overview of key aspects of national laws implementing the EU Temporary Protection Directive in nine EU Member States
On 24 November, FRA will give a lecture to a delegation of the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna.
On 17 November 2022, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) organised an expert meeting to explore how FRA’s 2022 guidance on establishing independent national border monitoring mechanisms can in practice support effective monitoring of fundamental rights at borders.
On 21 November, FRA will hold a virtual lecture for students of the European University of Cyprus.
On 10 November, FRA hosted the annual meeting of the Fundamental Rights Platform.
On 16 November, FRA joined the conference of German commissioners against antisemitism and for the promotion of Jewish life.
The first meeting of the ETIAS Fundamental Rights Guidance Board took place on 14 November.
FRA participated at the first Civil Society Forum on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life.
The first meeting of the Consultative Forum of the European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA) took place in Malta on 10 November.
FRA presented and discussed its second bulletin on the fundamental rights impact of the Russian aggression against Ukraine at the Working Party on Fundamental Rights, Citizens' Rights and Free Movement of Persons (FREMP).
FRA presented the results of its Roma survey 2021 to participants of the European Platform for Roma Inclusion. This is a regular event since 2009.
FRA presented the main findings of its latest Roma survey at a hearing of the European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE).
On 17 November, FRA and the Commission for Citizenship, Governance, Institutional and External Affairs (CIVEX) will hold its annual dialogue in the European Committee of the Regions.
FRA will speak on a panel on improving victim support and data collection via multisectoral cooperation.