The Fundamental Rights Forum blog has been created to trigger debate and interest in the three main themes of the Forum, refugee protection, inclusion and the digital age, in the run to the event. It will support the forum’s overarching aim to connect people, reflect on what works and why (as well as what doesn’t work) and to act jointly to create a lasting impact.
The owner of this blog, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), maintains this blog to enhance public access to information about and related to the themes of the Fundamental Rights Forum 2016. The content expresses the opinions of the authors who alone are responsible for the views expressed. FRA does not accept any legal responsibility or liabilities for the content and reserves the possibility to delete any content on request of the authorities.