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Title: Fundamental Rights Report 2018 : FRA Opinions
Corporate Authors: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) 
Subject Keywords: racism and xenophobia ; Roma and Sinti ; persons with disabilities ; sexual orientation ; gender identity ; hate crime ; anti-discrimination ; hate speech ; victims ; data collection ; discrimination ; diversity ; education ; equal opportunities ; age ; gay ; women's rights ; children's rights ; housing ; religious symbols ; community groups ; families ; elderly
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: FRA
Publication Country: Austria 
Publication Place : Vienna
Material Type: thematic report
Format: pdf
Language: English
Country Coverage: EU region 
URL more information: http://fra.europa.eu/en/publications-and-resources/publications/annual-reports/fundamental-rights-2018
Abstract: The year 2017 brought both progress and setbacks in terms of fundamental rights protection. FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2018 reviews major developments in the EU between January and December 2017, and outlines FRA’s opinions thereon. Noting both achievements and remaining areas of concern, it provides insights into the main issues shaping fundamental rights debates across the EU.
Internal Notes: 1 Shifting perceptions: towards a rights-based approach to ageing; Who is ‘old’?; Every (older) person is different; Ageism; 1.1. Ageism and its effects on the individual, the group and society as a whole; 1.1.1. Individual level: older people’s experiences of discrimination, risk of poverty and violence; 1.1.2. Group level: inequalities and intersectional discrimination affecting specific groups; 1.1.3. Societal level: ageism’s effects on society as a whole; 1.2. EU’s increasing focus on rights of older people; 1.2.1. From the Community Charter of Fundamental Social Rights of Workers to the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; 1.2.2. EU legislative measures and policies: mainstreaming a rights-based approach to ageing?; 1.2.3. Potential of the European Pillar of Social Rights; 1.2.4. EU policy responses reflecting global developments; FRA opinions
Physical Description: 242 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/22419
ISBN: 9789294919298
9789294919281
ISSN: 24672351
2467236X
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