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European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights

The Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) is an independent body of the European Union (EU), established to provide assistance and expertise to the European Union and its Member States (the current 27 countries which are members of the EU), when they are implementing Community law, on fundamental rights matters. The aim is to support them to respect fully fundamental rights when they take measures or formulate courses of action. Therefore, FRA's task is to provide advice based on its expertise and as a result of its activities. FRA was established through Council Regulation (EC) No 168/2007 of 15 February 2007, and is based in Vienna. Website: fra.europa.eu
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Current migration situation in the EU: Oversight of reception facilities

September 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

European legal and policy framework on immigration detention of children

June 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

Fundamental rights and the interoperability of EU information systems: borders and security

May 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

Current migration situation in the EU: Education

May 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

Current migration situation in the EU: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex asylum seekers

March 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

Together in the EU: Promoting the participation of migrants and their descendants

March 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

Current migration situation in the EU: Torture, trauma and its possible impact on drug use

February 2017 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Regional Reports

Guidance on how to reduce the risk of refoulement in external border management when working in or together with third countries

December 2016 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Thematic Guidelines

Scope of the principle of non-refoulement in contemporary border management: evolving areas of law

December 2016 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Thematic Guidelines

Current migration situation in the EU: separated children

December 2016 | Publisher: European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights | Document type: Thematic Reports

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