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- Joint publications by the ECHR and FRA
- Handbook on European non-discrimination law
- Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration
- Handbook on European data protection law
- Handbook on European law relating to the rights of the child
- Handbook on European law relating to access to justice
Handbook on European non-discrimination law
This handbook is a comprehensive guide to European non-discrimination law. It develops the related European case-law and covers the context and background to discrimination categories and the grounds protected, such as sex, disability, age, race and nationality.
Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration
This handbook focuses on the legislation and case-law governing the situation of third-country nationals in Europe and covers a broad range of topics, including access to asylum procedures, forced returns, detention, restrictions on freedom of movement, and also questions related to migrants’ private and family life and their economic and social rights.
Handbook on European data protection law
This handbook aims to raise awareness and improve knowledge of data protection rules, in particular in the framework of the reforms carried out by the EU and the Council of Europe. It also presents hypothetical scenarios that serve as practical illustrations of the diverse issues encountered in this ever-evolving field.
Handbook on European law relating to the rights of the child
This handbook is a point of reference on both Council of Europe and European Union law related to the protection and promotion of children’s rights in Europe.
Handbook on European law relating to access to justice
This handbook summarises key access to justice principles, drawing on a wide body of European law and jurisprudence.