EU funds: Ensuring compliance with fundamental rights

To ensure that EU funded projects and programmes respect fundamental rights, the EU introduced new strict requirements in 2021. EU funding rules state that authorities managing these funds must ensure compliance with the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and implement the obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. 


Online hate: we need to improve content moderation to effectively tackle hate speech

Abusive comments, harassment and incitement to violence easily slip through online platforms’ content moderation tools, finds a new report from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). It shows that most online hate targets women, but people of African descent, Roma and Jews are also affected. A lack of access to platforms’ data and understanding of what constitutes hate speech hampers efforts to tackle online hate. FRA calls for more transparency and guidance to ensure a safer online space for all.


Strength for change

Through the Strength for Change project, the Centre for Peace Studies initiated, continued or intensified cooperation with organizations and initiatives representing racialized, migrant or minority communities, to create a database for recording incidents of racism and discrimination affecting these communities.

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