FRA’s regular overviews of migration-related fundamental rights concerns

In view of the increased numbers of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants entering the EU, FRA publishes monthly reports highlighting key developments about the fundamental rights situation of people arriving in selected EU Member States (up to 14 Member States, including AT, BG, DE, DK, EL, ES, FI FR, HU, IT, NL, PL, SE, SK). The monthly overviews are published as of January 2016 and include a focus section on a particular topic of concern each month, e.g. hate crime, unaccompanied children, family reunification, etc.

FRA published weekly overviews encompassing a period of eight weeks from September to November 2015.

From January 2016 FRA is publishing monthly updates that cover a variety of different issues, including:

  • initial registration and asylum applications, with particular attention to the situation of vulnerable people
  • criminal proceedings initiated for offences related to irregular border crossing
  • child protection
  • reception conditions for new arrivals, focusing on the situation of children and other vulnerable people
  • access to healthcare
  • public response such as rallies of support, humanitarian assistance or voluntary work
  • racist incidents such as demonstrations, online hate speech or hate crime.


  • 3unmin

    Children in migration

    Unaccompanied minors and vulnerable persons in migration:

    View Children in migration
  • 7asy

    Asylum and refugees

    Implementation of the Common European Asylum System, asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention in (receiving) countries;

    View Asylum and refugees
  • 11sent

    Public sentiment

    EU public opinion, attitudes, beliefs, behaviours, Eurobarometer;

    View Public sentiment

Additional Info

Dataset ID overviews
Data Frequency monthly
Temporal Coverage Start 2016M01
Temporal Coverage End 2016M11
Status Active
Spatial Coverage European Union
Mode Report
Data Type statistical
Accessed On 2016-11-25

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