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News | Fundamental Rights Agency wants to highlight inspiring civil society activities

The FRA wants to shed light on the amazing work being done by civil society during these times. With people across Europe being affected by the wide-ranging impacts of coronavirus, civil society has stepped up and stepped in to play a key role in providing concrete support to societies at risk. These societies can include people in institutions, older people, children of minority groups and many more.

The FRA invites organisations to share with them their actions taken to support communities affected by coronavirus. The contact email is: frp@fra.europa.eu

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