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10/04/2014

7th Fundamental Rights Platform meeting with civil society organisations

The 7th Fundamental Rights Platform meeting with civil society organisations on ‘Future fundamental rights priorities in the area of freedom, security and justice – The contribution of civil society’ will take place in Vienna on 10 – 11 April 2014.

 

For programme and background information please visit fra.europa.eu/frp2014

Plenary sessions will be streamed live, starting on Thursday 10 April at 13:00 CET.

The 7th FRP meeting can also be followed on Twitter. Contribute actively to this flagship FRA event by following #FRP2014!

It is a platform for discussion and input on fundamental rights issues that the EU should address in the years to come. It is an opportunity for civil society representatives to have a common voice to feed into current EU discussions on the future direction of freedom, security and justice in the EU. Such discussions are taking place during a time of institutional change as the new European Parliament and new European Commission are expected to be in place late this year.

This 7th FRP meeting should result in an overview of what civil society sees as key topics or key concerns in the areas of freedom, security and justice. It should also generate a ‘catalogue’ of practices in which civil society organisations are already, or could be, involved in making fundamental rights a reality on the ground. During the meeting a new FRP advisory panel will also be elected to help steer the FRP in the next two years. There will also be an open day at FRA in the morning of 10 April where registered event participants can meet FRA experts to discuss issues of mutual interest.

 

Programme

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