Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/22426
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Accessioned Date2018-09-17T12:23:40Z
Availability Date2018-09-17T12:23:40Z
Issue Date2018-09
ISBN9789294740663
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/123456789/22426
Abstract"In November 2017, the European Commission requested FRA’s support in evaluating the impact on fundamental rights of the European Border Surveillance System (Eurosur) Regulation. Further to this request, FRA reviewed the work of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) and analysed cooperation agreements concluded by EU Member States with third countries which are relevant for the exchange of information for the purposes of Eurosur. This report presents the main findings of such review. The Eurosur system establishes a mechanism for information exchange and cooperation between different national authorities involved in border surveillance as well as with Frontex. The purpose of Eurosur is to detect, prevent and combat irregular immigration and cross-border crime and to contribute to the protection and saving lives of migrants."
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Languageen
PublisherFRA
Subject Keywordsanti-discrimination
Subject Keywordsmigration
Subject Keywordsasylum
Subject Keywordsasylum seekers
Subject Keywordsmigrants
Subject Keywordsdata collection
Subject Keywordschildren's rights
Subject Keywordshuman rights violations
Subject Keywordschildren
TitleHow the Eurosur Regulation affects fundamental rights
Material Typeresearch
Material Typethematic report
Corporate AuthorsEuropean Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Publication CountryLuxembourg
Publication Place Luxembourg
Edition1
Internal NotesContents • Key findings; • Background; 1. European Situational Picture: • 1.1 Search and rescue; • 1.2 Protection of personal data; • 1.3 Children; • 1.4 Vessel tracking rules and non-discriminatory profiling; • 1.5 Incidents not related to Eurosur; • 1.6 Differences between Eurosur and JORA and their impact on fundamental rights; • 1.7 Eurosur training; 2. Cooperation with third countries; • 2.1 General fundamental rights safeguards; • 2.2 Specific data protection safeguards; • 2.3 Assessment of risk of refoulement or serious harm.
Physical Description30 p.
URL more informationhttp://fra.europa.eu/en/publication/2018/evaluation-impact-eurosur-fundamental-rights
See Alsoasylum seekers
See Alsointernational law
See Alsolaw enforcement
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