FRANET: Reporting to the Fundamental Rights Agency
FRANET was launched in 2011 by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). FRANET replaces the previous FRA-research networks RAXEN and FRALEX. FRANET consists of National Focal Points in all EU member states. With the help of FRANET, FRA collects data and information at national levels in order to analyse the status of fundamental rights in the EU.
Together with the German Institute for Human Rights, the efms is the National Focal Point for FRANET in Germany. The efms is responsible for topics relating to racism, xenophobia and discrimination as well as issues regarding asylum, migration and the integration of immigrants in Germany, including the integration of Roma.
From 2001 until 2011, the efms was National Focal Point for the former racism and xenophobia information network (RAXEN) of the European Fundamental Rights Agency. Please click here for further information.
Funding: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
Duration of the project: 2011 - 2018
Researcher: David Scheib, Luisa Seiler, Claudia Lechner