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FRA has just released key findings from its consultation with its Fundamental Rights Platform on the impact of COVID-19 measures on the work of human rights civil society.
FRA Director Michael O'Flaherty visited the Canary Islands in March 2021 to get a sense of the migration situation there. He highlights the need to support the Canary Islands in relocating unaccompanied children and providing clear procedures on asylum applications.
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FRA’s Management Board issued its opinion on the agency’s thematic work areas for 2023-2027.
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The FRA Executive Board will meet on 26 February via videoconference.
FRA seeks feedback from users on a range of its products, such as reports, datasets and handbooks.
FRA gave a presentation during Equinet’s roundtable discussion on the role of Equality Bodies in implementing the EU’s Strategic Framework for Roma Equality, Inclusion and Participation.
The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) identifies a number of persistent and emerging fundamental rights concerns in its latest migration bulletin.
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The Roma Working Party will have its 4th virtual meeting from 25 to 26 February.
On 23 February 2021, FRA’s Director, Michael O’Flaherty, listened to fundamental rights concerns and discussed ways to solve them. The second Fundamental Rights Dialogue invited young people to participate in shaping our societies, placing human rights centre stage.
On 23 February, the Fundamental Rights Agency’s Director, Michael O’Flaherty, listened to fundamental rights concerns and discussed ways to solve them. The second Fundamental Rights Dialogue invited young people to participate in shaping our societies, placing human rights centre stage.
The Representation of the European Commission in Spain and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation will host a virtual event to mark 20 years of the EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter in collaboration with FRA. Discussions will focus on the EU instruments and mechanisms available to ensure the application of Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union and the Charter of Fundamental Rights in Spain.
FRA will present findings from its recent report on Crime, safety and victims’ rights during the first plenary meeting of the Victims’ Rights Platform. The European Commission inaugurated the Platform on 22 September 2020.
FRA will present evidence on Europeans’ attitudes towards fundamental rights and democracy during a conference to mark European Day for Victims of Crime on 22 February.
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On 22 February, the European Commission representation to Albania will host an event with key stakeholders to exchange information on FRA's work.
Too often victims of crime are denied their rights. They are left voiceless and unsupported. Young people and minorities particularly suffer, as FRA will reveal during a debate on 19 February.
Crime can touch any of us – as witnesses or as victims. But no matter who you are, we all have rights when it comes to justice. These three short clips show some aspects of working together for justice, rights of victims of crime and rights of witnesses of crime.
Crime can touch any of us – as witnesses or as victims. But no matter who you are, we all have rights when it comes to justice. It is for this reason that the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights asked 35,000 people across Europe about their experiences of crime in its Fundamental Rights Survey, and the results are in.
We don’t all experience crime in the same way, and we might deal with it differently. But it’s vital – as victims or witnesses – that our rights are guaranteed, because access to justice is our fundamental right. Watch FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty speaking on the Fundamental Rights Survey report on crime, safety and victims’ rights.