Fundamental Rights Report Discusses Most Pressing Concerns

Today, FRA published its Fundamental Rights Report 2024. It analyses the development of fundamental rights over the year 2023. The focus of the report lies on the most pressing fundamental rights concerns in 2023. It targets for example the rising living costs, concerns about fundamental rights at EU borders and regarding migration, and several threats to democracy. The report also discusses climate change, rising racism, and the increasingly digitalized societies. The report concludes with an analysis of how the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights could be more effective and gives clear recommendations. Read the full report here.