The EU and Human Rights. Findings from the FRAME Project
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About the Conference
The FRAME project was launched in May 2013 and comes to an end in April 2017. Over these four years, we have accumulated a wealth of research results on a broad range of issues, and have publicized them in many different forms: comprehensive reports, policy briefs, academic articles, blogs, conferences, workshops, briefings, etc. All of this accounts for more than 8,000 pages of input and analysis, and close to 100 events across the EU and the world on the theme of the EU and human rights. Do not hesitate to visit the publications and events section of this website to browse through our output.
On 26 April 2017, you are invited to FRAME’s final conference at the Royal Academy in Brussels. EU officials, practitioners, academics and civil society members will gather to discuss themes linked to the EU and human rights during keynote speeches, panel discussions and a high-level roundtable.
This final conference will also be the occasion to present the FRAME outcome document, which will outline the project’s main findings and list key recommendations for the EU institutions.
There is no conference fee.
In participation with
The Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts