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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.
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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.
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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As part of its work on civic space, FRA consults annually civil society organisations from across the EU about their experiences.
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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!
In this vlog, FRA Director Michael O’Flaherty highlights the important role young people have in creating solutions and addressing challenges in our societies. FRA will establish dialogues between policymakers and young people in 2022 so that we find a way forward together.
The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) launched its policy brief Border Management and Human Rights.
The Handbook on European non-discrimination law – 2018 edition is now also available in Swedish.
FRA contributed to training Schengen evaluators on 6-10 December in Lisbon in the field of return and external borders.
On 8 December, FRA presented Charterpedia, the agency’s database on information related to the EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter to the staff at the European Union’s Court of Justice (CJEU).
On 8 and 10 December, FRA participated in two panels at the 16th Internet Governance Forum 2021.
The treatment of migrants at EU borders continues to be a pressing fundamental rights concern. Recurring deaths at land and sea are a tragic reminder of the urgent need for fundamental rights-compliant solutions, says the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) on the eve of International Migrants Day on 18 December.
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FRA’s Executive Board and Management Board will meet via videoconference on 16 and 17 December.
The Fundamental Rights Forum is the space for dialogue on human rights challenges facing the EU today.
Each year, FRA updates its overview of forced return monitoring systems across the EU. The overview of 2020 returns is now online.
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This year, FRA renews its cooperation with this human world 2021, an international human rights film festival.
On 8 December, the Agency presented its various criminal justice work to the Council Working Party on Judicial Cooperation on Criminal Matters (COPEN).
The Director of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, Michael O’Flaherty, welcomes the launch of the Philanthropy Europe Association (Philea), the merger of the European Foundation Centre (EFC) and the Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe (Dafne), on 7 December 2021.