FRANET kick-off meeting for national contact points

Kari Käsper, a member of the Management Board of the Estonian Human Rights Centre, participated in the kick-off meeting of the national contact points of FRANET (FRA network) on 12-13 September in Vienna. The meeting was organised by the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) and the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE).

Estonian part in the research network is represented by Kari Käsper and Marianne Meiorg from the Estonian Human Rights Centre (legal aspects) in cooperation with the Institute of Baltic Studies (social aspects).

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