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#RightsDialogues give young people a say about rights in Europe

Ahead of the Fundamental Rights Forum 2021, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) organises a series of Fundamental Rights Dialogues with young people.

These interactive online events give young people a chance to raise their fundamental rights concerns and share their ideas on how things should change with Michael O’Flaherty, FRA’s Director.

The outcome of the Dialogues will feed into the discussions at the Fundamental Rights Forum in October 2021.

The main topics are:

  • How to make sure that everyone can enjoy fair and equal access to education, jobs and healthcare?
  • How to tackle hate speech, racism and disinformation, especially online?
  • How to reduce divisions and help everyone take part in society?

Two Dialogues have already taken place in November 2020 and February 2021.

The third Dialogue will take place in June 2021 – so stay tuned!

To follow the Dialogues on social media, use #RightsDialogue and #AskFRA.


  • The first Dialogue took place on 13 November 2020. The recording is available in English and German.
  • The second Dialogue took place on 23 February 2021. The recording is available in English.

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