European Union Fundamental Rights Agency. Introduction to EU Policy and Institutional Architecture Dr. Maja Grzymkowka Katharina Tauschke 11.20.2007. Table of contents. 1. Community Agencies 1.1 History 1.2 Objectives 1.3 Organisation
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Introduction to EU Policy and Institutional Architecture
Dr. Maja Grzymkowka
a) racism, xenophobia and related intoleranceb) discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation or of persons belonging to minoritiesc) compensation of victims, prevention of crime and related aspects relevant to the security of citizensd) protection of children, including rights of the childe) immigration and integration of migrantsf) asylumg) visa and border controlh) participation in the Union's democratic functioningi) human rights issues relating to the information society
j) access to efficient and independent justice