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. 

The report published by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights is based on desk research, national roundtables, and stakeholder interviews in 12 Member States: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Latvia, Poland, Portugal and Slovakia. The report is available at the Agency's website.

Report for Croatia was conducted by the Centre for Peace Studies and the Human Rights House Zagreb.

Centre for Peace Studies is part of the multidisciplinary research network FRANET of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights together with the organizations BaBe - Be active. Be emancipated. and Human Rights House Zagreb since 2014.

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