FRA's report on the state of civil society in the EU for 2022


EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published a report on the state of civil society in the EU for 2022. 

Building on previous FRA research, the report gives an overview of the many ways in which civil society contributes to shaping laws and policies, supporting human rights authorities, and improving access to justice, accountability and legality. The report also provides examples of how civil society organisations engage in tackling disinformation and corruption, and in enhancing media literacy as well as in raising awareness of rule of law issues.
In addition, it presents national, international and EU tools and guidelines supporting civil society organisations.
The report highlights persisting challenges civil society continues to face across the EU, including Croatia. These range from harassment to restrictive laws.
Report Europe’s civil society: still under pressure is available for download here.
The Centre for Peace Studies and the Human Rights House Zagreb, participated in the preparation of this report as a research point for Croatia within the multidisciplinary network FRANET (along with the organization BaBe). The report for Croatia, dealing with shrinking civic space issues is available here.
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