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Are you lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex or queer (LGBTIQ) living in Europe? We want to hear from you! The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) launches today its EU-wide survey to capture the experiences, views and concerns of LGBTIQ people. The findings will drive policies to further protect and promote LGBTIQ people’s rights.
People fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine can seek jobs in Europe. But not knowing the host country’s language and temporary job placements are just some of the practical barriers identified in a new paper from Eurofound and the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). The findings should guide policymakers in improving job opportunities that benefit both the people who fled and their host societies.
FRA will take part in a series of seminars organised by the Council of Europe introducing their HELP course on procedural rights for lawyers in Bulgaria and Greece.
FRA will join round-table discussions on Roma inclusion and empowerment in Romania
The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) invited FRA to present how to use the EU’s Fundamental Rights Charter in litigating judicial independence and related issues. This includes the use of FRA tools and materials.
On 12 June, FRA attends a mid-term progress review of the ‘Protecting victims of crime’ project.
FRA took part in the regular meeting of EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies Heads of Communication
On 9 June, FRA will host a delegation of the Regional Parliament of Hamburg.
FRA had its annual Directors level meeting with the EEA and Norway Grants in Oslo on 5 June.
The Council of Europe, EU, and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) will host a seminar for European lawyers on European asylum and migration legal practices.
FRA was part of the EU Delegation at the 6th plenary meeting of the Council of Europe’s Committee on artificial intelligence (AI).
FRA took part in the annual meeting of the European Union Temporary Relocation Platform from 7 to 8 June in Brussels.
The impact of Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine, rising child poverty, widespread hate and protecting rights in the face of technological change are just some of the pressing human rights issues in FRA’s 2023 Fundamental Rights Report. With a focus section on the impact of the aggression within the EU, the report examines the support and solidarity provided by governments, local authorities and society. It suggests how EU countries can better ensure effective protection, especially for women who fled the conflict and need targeted support.
FRA, together with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), will facilitate a workshop on improving hate crime recording.
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The FRA Management Board appointed 11 new members to form the Agency's new Scientific Committee. The 11 independent members are highly qualified in fundamental rights and will guarantee the scientific quality of the Agency's work.
FRA will take part in the Human Rights Fair at the Museums Quartier in Vienna.
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FRA Director Michael O'Flaherty delivers an impact statement on 2 June 2023 in Stockholm during a high-level meeting on EU support for reform of Ukraine's child protection system. The meeting was organised under the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU.
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The EU & International Affairs Committee of the Law Society of Ireland invited FRA’s Director to deliver a speech in Dublin on 15 May.
On 31 May, FRA attended the plenary of the EU Migration Preparedness and Crisis Blueprint.
From 15 to 17 May, FRA contributed to training on the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS).