Euroopan unionin perusoikeusviraston (FRA) julkaisuja








FRANET on EU:n perusoikeusviraston (FRA) kansallisten asiantuntijoiden verkosto, joka perustettiin vuonna 2011 tehtävänään kerätä ja tuottaa tietoa perusoikeuksista EU:n jäsenmaissa perusoikeusviraston käyttöä varten.

Kansallisten selvitysten pohjalta perusoikeusvirasto koostaa koko EU:n käsittäviä raportteja eri perusoikeusteemoista ja julkaisee myös vuosiraporttia perusoikeustilanteesta EU:ssa.

Suomessa perusoikeusviraston kansallisen yhteyskeskuksen muodostavat Åbo Akademin ihmisoikeusinstituutti yhdessä Ihmisoikeusliiton kanssa. Alla olevassa linkissä on esimerkkejä perusoikeusviraston julkaisuista, joihin myös Suomen asiantuntijaryhmä on osallistunut omalla panoksellaan.

Tällä sivulla julkaistaan Euroopan unionin perusoikeusviraston (FRA, Fundamental Rights Agency) julkaisutiedotteita syötteenä.


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Presumption of innocence and related rights – Professional perspectives (31.3.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryMarchThis report looks at the practical implementation of the presumption of innocence in criminal proceedings, and related rights, in 9 EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Poland and Portugal). Article 48 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights guarantees the presumption of innocence – but, as FRA’s research underscores, it can be undermined in many ways.2021

Roma and Travellers in six countries - Technical report (30.3.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryMarchFRA’s 2019 survey on Roma and Travellers in Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom interviewed almost 4 700 Roma and Travellers, collecting information on more than 8 200 individuals living in their households.2021

Initial-reception facilities at external borders: fundamental rights issues to consider (26.3.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryMarchThis note outlines how to help ensure a dignified stay for third-country nationals who are apprehended or intercepted at external borders. Specifically, FRA identifies twelve points for protection-sensitive and fundamental rights-compliant planning and design of initial-reception facilities at such borders. These are based on the agency’s work at external borders, including data collection and research activities.2021

Crime, safety and victims' rights – Summary - Fundamental Rights Survey (8.3.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryThis summary presents the main insights from FRA’s second main report based on its Fundamental Rights Survey. The survey collected data from around 35,000 people about their experiences, perceptions and opinions on a range of issues that are variously encompassed by human rights.2021

Migration: Key fundamental rights concerns - Bulletin 2021 (25.2.2021)

Periodic updates / SeriesFebruaryThe EU Agency for Fundamental Rights has been regularly collecting data on asylum and migration since September 2015. This report focuses on the fundamental rights situation of people arriving in Member States and EU candidate countries particularly affected by migration. It addresses fundamental rights concerns between 1 October and 31 December 2020. 2021

Crime, safety and victims' rights – Fundamental Rights Survey (19.2.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryFebruaryThis is the second main report from FRA’s Fundamental Rights Survey, which collected data from 35,000 people on a range of issues. This report focuses on respondents’ experiences as victims of selected types of crime, including violence, harassment, and property crime. The report also examines how often these crimes are reported to the police, and presents further details relating to harassment and violence, such as the perpetrators and where the incidents took place.2021

Getting the future right – Artificial intelligence and fundamental rights - Summary (29.1.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryJanuaryFRA’s report on artificial intelligence and fundamental rights presents concrete examples of how companies and public administrations in the EU are using, or trying to use, AI. This summary presents the main insights from the report. These can inform EU and national policymaking efforts to regulate the use of AI tools in compliance with human and fundamental rights.2021

Strong and effective national human rights institutions: challenges, promising practices and opportunities - Summary (21.1.2021)

Report / Paper / SummaryJanuaryNational Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) are a vital part of the country-level human rights protection system. By raising awareness, providing advice, monitoring and holding authorities to account, they have a central role in navigating the great human rights challenges of our day – tackling both persistent concerns like discrimination and inequality, and novel issues such as the rights implications of artificial intelligence and of the COVID-19 pandemic.2021

FRA publications overview 2020 (22.12.2020)

Leaflet / FlyerA list of all FRA reports published in 2020.2020

Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration - Edition 2020 (17.12.2020)

Handbook / Guide / ManualDecemberThe European Convention on Human Rights and European Union law provide an increasingly important framework for the protection of the rights of foreigners. European Union legislation relating to asylum, borders and immigration is developing fast. There is an impressive body of case law by the European Court of Human Rights relating in particular to Articles 3, 5, 8 and 13 of the ECHR. The Court of Justice of the European Union is increasingly asked to pronounce on the interpretation of European Union law provisions in this field. The third edition of this handbook, updated up to July 2020, presents this European Union legislation and the body of case law by the two European courts in an accessible way. 2020