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Nr.1:
Titel:Protecting civic space in the EU : Key findings and FRA opinions
Herausgeber:European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Verlag:Publications Office of the EU
Ort:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-9461-553-4
Jahr/Datum:2022
Seiten:9 S.
Sprache:engl.
Sachgebiet:Recht und Rechtsfragen : Rechte und Freiheiten
Signatur:EDZ-0640.181.2
Nr.2:
Titel:The recast Return Directive and its fundamental rights implications : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 1/2019
Abstract:This Opinion by FRA aims to inform the European Parliament’s position on the legislative proposal for a recast Directive on common standards and procedures in Member States for returning illegally staying third country nationals (Return Directive), presented by the European Commission on 12 September 2018.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2019
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176894
\edz-b\ebr\19\FRAOpinion_2019_TherecastReturnDirective_eng.pdf
Nr.3:
Titel:From institutions to community living : key findings and FRA opinions : Summary
Herausgeber:European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Verlag:Publications Office of the EU
Ort:Luxemburg
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-9491-997-7
Jahr/Datum:2018
Seiten:8 S.
Sprache:engl.
Sachgebiet:Sozialfragen : Sozialpolitik
Signatur:EDZ-0510.493.4
Nr.4:
Titel:The revised Visa Information System and its fundamental rights implications : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 2/2018
Abstract:This Opinion by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) aims to inform the European Parliament’s position on the legislative proposal amending the Visa Information System, the Visa Code and other related provisions of EU law. The European Commission presented the proposal on 16 May 2018 and EU legislators are currently discussing it. Throughout the text, this opinion refers to the proposed amendments using the wording “the proposal” or “the Commission proposal”.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2018
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176893
\edz-b\ebr\18\FRAOpinion_2018_VisaInformationSystem_eng.pdf
Nr.5:
Titel:Interoperability and fundamental rights implications : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 1/2018
Abstract:This Opinion by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) aims to inform the European Parliament position concerning legislative proposals on interoperability between EU information technology systems (IT systems) presented on 12 December 2017 and currently discussed by the EU legislators.
The content of the two proposals is essentially the same. Therefore, in this Opinion, FRA treats them together. All references to proposed legal provisions relate to both instruments, except when otherwise specified. Among the legal provisions pointed out by FRA in this Opinion, Articles 55a, 55b and 55e, and Recitals 58 and 59 apply only to the proposed Interoperability Regulation on borders and visas. The FRA Opinion analyses the implications of increased levels of interoperability for fundamental rights.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2018
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176892
\edz-b\ebr\18\FRAOpinion_2018_Interoperabilityandfundamentalrightsimplications_eng.pdf
Nr.6:
Titel:Challenges and opportunities for the implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 4/2018
Abstract:With this Opinion, FRA aims to contribute to the European Parliament's own-initiative report on the “Implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the EU institutional framework”, being prepared in the Parliament’s Committee for Constitutional Affairs (AFCO). The request aims at understanding the interaction between the Charter’s implementation at national and EU level, and whether there are “instruments, mechanisms and practices” available at EU level to assist Member States to better implement the Charter.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2018
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176891
\edz-b\ebr\18\FRAOpinion_2018_ImplementationoftheCharterofFundamentalRights_eng.pdf
Nr.7:
Titel:The revised European Border and Coast Guard Regulation and its fundamental rights implications : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 5/2018
Abstract:This opinion by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) aims to inform the European Parliament’s position concerning the legislative proposal for a Regulation on strengthening the security of identity cards of European Union (EU) citizens and of residence documents issued to EU citizens and their family members exercising their right of free movement. It focuses on the processing of biometric data and complements the opinion published by the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).
Most points in this FRA Opinion relate to risks to fundamental rights which may result from the implementation of the regulation. This opinion mainly focuses on the processing of biometric data in identity cards issued by EU Member States to their own nationals and residence cards issued to thirdcountry family members of EU nationals exercising free movement rights.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2018
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176890
\edz-b\ebr\18\FRAOpinion_2018_EuropeanBorderandCoastGuardRegulation_eng.pdf
Nr.8:
Titel:Fundamental rights implications of storing biometric data in identity documents and residence cards : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 3/2018
Abstract:This opinion by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) aims to inform the European Parliament’s position concerning the legislative proposal for a Regulation on strengthening the security of identity cards of European Union (EU) citizens and of residence documents issued to EU citizens and their family members exercising their right of free movement. It focuses on the processing of biometric data and complements the opinion published by the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2018
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176889
\edz-b\ebr\18\FRAOpinion_2018_Biometricdata_eng.pdf
Nr.9:
Titel:The impact on fundamental rights of the proposed Regulation on the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 2/2017
Abstract:The European Parliament requested this FRA Opinion on the fundamental rights and personal data protection implications of the proposed Regulation for the creation of a European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), including an assessment of the fundamental rights aspects of the access by law enforcement authorities and Europol.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2017
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176888
\edz-b\ebr\17\FRAOpinion_2017_ImpactonfundamentalrightsoftheproposedRegulationontheETIAS_eng.pdf
Nr.10:
Titel:Improving access to remedy in the area of business and human rights at the EU level : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 1/2017
Abstract:The Council of the EU requested this FRA Opinion in its Conclusions on business and human rights. The expert opinion sought from FRA was to look at “possible avenues to lower barriers for access to remedy at the EU level” – the third of three pillars of the UN Guiding Principles.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2017
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176887
\edz-b\ebr\17\FRAOpinion_2017_BusinessandhumanrightsattheEUlevel_eng.pdf
Nr.11:
Titel:Fundamental rights report : FRA opinions
Paralleltitel:Grundrechte-Bericht… : FRA Stellungnahmen
Herausgeber:European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Verlag:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities (OPOCE)
Ort:Wien
ISBN/ISSN:978-92-9491-980-9 [letzte Ausgabe: de]
Jahr/Datum:2016 (Startjahr)
Typ:Jahresbericht
Sprache:engl.
Sachgebiet:Recht und Rechtsfragen : Rechte und Freiheiten | Sozialfragen
Signatur:EDZ-0512.1.3
Bestand:detaillierte Informationen
Nr.12:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights concerning requirements under Article 33 (2) of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities within the EU context : FRA Opinion 3/2016
Abstract:This opinion addresses the designation and operation of a framework established under Article 33 (2) of the CRPD at EU level (EU Framework). It aims to clarify the requirements of an EU Framework in light of the monitoring practice and jurisprudence of the CRPD Committee and – with regard to the concept of independence – the Committee interpreting the Paris Principles on the establishment of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs).
Although concluding observations issued by treaty bodies are not legally binding on parties, they constitute the primary record of findings and recommendations concerning national implementation. They are therefore important interpretative tools for the respective treaties. To ground the advice for the EU Framework in practical terms, the situation in EU Member States regarding national Article 33(2) frameworks is explored in each section. While practices at the national level neither determine normative understanding of Article 33 of the CRPD nor the approach to be taken by the EU, they do offer a valuable evidence base that can inform how to best build the EU Framework.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2016
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176886
\edz-b\ebr\16\FRAOpinion_2016_UNConventionontheRightsofPersonswithDisabilities_eng.pdf
Nr.13:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights on the development of an integrated tool of objective fundamental rights indicators able to measure compliance with the shared values listed in Article 2 TEU based on existing sources of information : FRA Opinion 2/2016
Abstract:This opinion underlines the importance of drawing on existing data and information in any assessment of the values in Article 2 TEU, and outlines how this could be done.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2016
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176885
\edz-b\ebr\16\FRAOpinion_2016_Toolofobjectivefundamentalrightsindicators_eng.pdf
Nr.14:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights on the impact on children of the proposal for a revised Dublin Regulation (COM(2016)270 final; 2016/0133 COD) : FRA Opinion 4/2016
Abstract:This opinion analyses the effects on children of the proposed recast Dublin Regulation. It covers child-specific rules as well as provisions relating to all asylum applicants that significantly affect children.
Where possible, the opinion points to the potential practical effects on children of the envisaged changes to the Dublin system, drawing on the results of the 2015 evaluation of the Dublin Regulation. This opinion does therefore not look at all fundamental rights issues arising from the proposed changes to the Dublin Regulation.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2016
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176884
\edz-b\ebr\16\FRAOpinion_2016_ImpactonchildrenoftheproposalforarevisedDublinRegulation_eng.pdf
Nr.15:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights on fundamental rights in the ‘hotspots’ set up in Greece and Italy : FRA Opinion 5/2016
Abstract:Without being exhaustive, this opinion discusses selected topics which touch certain Charter rights, identifying the challenges and describing measures that could be taken to mitigate the risk of actions, which are not compliant with the Charter. It does not focus exclusively on risks arising in direct relation to the involvement of EU actors on the ground, but also takes into account that the hotspot approach entails a certain share of responsibility of the EU for the situation in the hotspots overall.
Given that the majority of practical experience with the operation of the hotspots was collected during FRA’s field presence in Greece, this opinion is based to a great extent on FRA observations. These are complemented by desk research and findings from FRA missions to Italy. The advice provided therein is conceived in a manner as to be valid for the hotspots in both countries, or indeed for any potential similar operation elsewhere in Europe in the future.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2016
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176883
\edz-b\ebr\16\FRAOpinion_2016_FundamentalrightsinGreeceandItaly_eng.pdf
Nr.16:
Titel:The impact of the proposal for a revised Eurodac Regulation on fundamental rights : opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights ; FRA Opinion 6/2016
Abstract:The European Parliament asked the Agency to provide its Opinion on the fundamental rights impact of the proposed revision of the Eurodac Regulation on children.
The European Commission has proposed revising the Eurodac Regulation to expand the scope so it can also be used to control irregular immigration and movement within the EU. Facial images and personal data would also be stored instead of just fingerprints and basic data such as gender and Member State. Personal data would also be kept for longer (five years) and the age for capturing data from children would be lowered from 14 to 6.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2016
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176882
\edz-b\ebr\16\FRAOpinion_2016_EurodacRegulationonfundamentalrights_eng.pdf
Nr.17:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights concerning an EU common list of safe countries of origin : FRA Opinion 1/2016
Abstract:FRA’s opinions highlight general fundamental rights implications to be considered when applying the safe countries of origin concept. They should be read together with the relevant safeguards the Asylum Procedures Directive establishes. These safeguards provide for minimum guarantees that must also fully apply to applicants originating from countries on the proposed EU common list of safe countries of origin.
Designation of safe countries of origin can be a legitimate instrument to facilitate the processing of applications from persons whose claims for international protection are likely to be unfounded. Dealing with these claims in an effective manner can have a positive fundamental rights impact by allowing national asylum systems to focus on other persons whose applications are more likely to be well founded, thereby contributing to the reduction of processing times (where applicants remain in a limbo situation) for all applicants for international protection. An EU common list of safe countries of origin would, however, need to be accompanied by sufficient safeguards ensuring, in particular, that it is not to the detriment of fundamental rights of persons in genuine need of international protection originating from the countries in question.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2016
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176881
\edz-b\ebr\16\FRAOpinion_2016_EUcommonlistofsafecountriesoforigin_eng.pdf
Nr.18:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights concerning the exchange of information on third-country nationals under a possible future system complementing the European Criminal Records Information System : FRA Opinion 1/2015
Abstract:The proposal to establish a possible legislative instrument supplementing the existing European Criminal Records Information System with information on third-country nationals convicted in the EU raises a number of fundamental rights issues.
Following a request from the European Commission, FRA has published an Opinion that analyses these issues and suggests ways of answering fundamental rights concerns.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2015
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176877
\edz-b\ebr\15\FRAOpinion_2015_EuropeanCriminalRecordsInformationSystem_eng.pdf
Nr.19:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights on a proposal to establish a European Public Prosecutor’s Office : FRA Opinion 1/2014
Abstract:The proposal to establish a European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), mandated to prosecute crimes against the financial interests of the European Union, raises a number of fundamental rights issues.
Following a request from the European Parliament, FRA has published an Opinion that analyses these issues and suggests ways of answering fundamental rights concerns. FRA believes that provided it is a strong and independent institution, the EPPO could serve as a catalyst for harmonised EU legislation elevating the level of protection on matters such as criminal procedures, rights of victims of crime and data protection. However, the EPPO outlined in the proposal poses questions related to several fundamental rights issues, particularly with regard to the complex and at times unclear interaction between the national and EU level. This underlines the importance of judicial review of the EPPO’s activities, as well as raising the issue where the responsibility for such reviews should lie.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2014
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176876
\edz-b\ebr\14\FRAOpinion_2014_EuropeanPublicProsecutor’sOffice_eng.pdf
Nr.20:
Titel:FRA opinion
Herausgeber:European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Verlag:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities (OPOCE)
Ort:Wien
Jahr/Datum:2012 (Startjahr)
Typ:Periodika
Sprache:engl.
Sachgebiet:Recht und Rechtsfragen : Rechte und Freiheiten | Sozialfragen
Signatur:EDZ-0640.71
Bestand:detaillierte Informationen
Nr.21:
Titel:Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights on the Proposal for a regulation on jurisdiction, applicable law and the recognition and enforcement of decisions regarding the property consequences of registered partnerships : FRA Opinion 1/2012
Abstract:The FRA delivered an opinion on 31 May on the proposed EU law on the property consequences of registered international partnerships, following a request from European Parliament on 25 April 2012.
The proposed regulation (COM(2011) 127 final) does not offer civil partners the same choice as married couples over which national law applies. The FRA's opinion concludes that the proposed law does not provide convincing reasons for denying registered partners a comparable choice as would be offered to married couples. This runs a serious risk of violating the principle of equal treatment under EU law.
[Author vide copyright]
Herausgeber:Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Jahr/Datum:2012
Typ:Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Sprache:engl.
Signatur:ArchiDok (PID): 176872
\edz-b\ebr\12\FRAOpinion_2012_Proposalforaregulationonjurisdiction_eng.pdf