Lack of resources undermine EU data protection enforcement

The new report from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) finds that most data protection authorities face challenges when implementing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), including a large number of complaints, a lack of human and financial resources, and a growing workload. FRA calls on EU countries to ensure that data protection authorities have the resources they need to protect people’s personal data.


Rising living costs and racism threaten fundamental rights protection in Europe: FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2024

People’s fundamental rights are at risk across Europe. This is due to rising levels of poverty, persistent threats against democracy, widespread racism and challenges occurring in the context of migration finds FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2024. These threats underline the need to ensure strong and sustainable fundamental rights protection across the EU, particularly for people in vulnerable situations. The report suggests how policymakers and civil society can work in tandem to counter the threat of social exclusion and enable a more equal and fairer society for all.


New report on political participation of people with disabilities by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

On the eve of the European elections, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published a report on the political participation of persons with disabilities. The report provides an overview of developments since the last report published in 2014, considers good practices and suggests activities to ensure equal opportunities for people with disabilities, under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.


LGBTIQ equality at a crossroads: progress and challenges

More LGBTIQ people in Europe are now open about who they are. At the same time, they face more violence, harassment, and bullying than before. This is especially true for younger LGBTIQ people, who are particularly vulnerable. These are some of the findings of the latest EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) survey, based on responses from more than 100,000 LGBTIQ people across Europe.

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