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Bridging Brussels Based Research & Decision Making: FRC & LSTS Research Showcased at Study Day for DG Justice

  • October 11, 2016

In collaboration with VUB-IES and ULB-IEE, FRC research has been showcased at a Joint ULB/VUB Intersectoral Dialogue on Fundamental Rights, Citizenship, Freedom of Movement and Data Protection with members of the DG Just Directorate C - Fundamental rights and Union citizenship. FRC Researcher, Amy Weatherburn, introduced the FRC and presented the recent findings of the TRACE ProjectProfessor Gloria Gonzalez-Fuster, presented LSTS and the research conducted relating to fundamental rights and data protection. Throughout the day aspects of FRC research that were highlighted included fundamental rights of the elderly, ethnic data collection and positive action in Roma policy making.