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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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PICUM: rights-centred approach to tackle human trafficking

PICUM – Platform for international cooperation on undocumented migration – has a new report mapping out a better way to tackle and prevent human trafficking with a particular focus on undocumented migrants.

EU proposes new law on minimum wages

The proposal for the Directive on adequate minimum wages in the European Union was published last week by the European Commission with the aim to ensure ‘that workers within the European Union earn adequate wages to guarantee adequate working and living conditions, as well as to build fair and resilient economies and societies in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals’.

Statement on EU Anti-Trafficking Day

La Strada International:
New EU Migration Pact increases risks of human trafficking

LSI joins calls for the UN to address human rights violations in Belarus

La Strada International has joined civil society from across Europe such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch to call on the UN Human Rights Council to convene a Special Session to address the human rights violations committed in the lead up to the 2020 Presidential elections in Belarus.