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Fundamental Rights Agency finds that civil society in EU is facing increasing challenges & explores role of business

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) report from January 2018 looked into the different types and patterns of challenges that civil society organizations working on human rights face in the European Union. In September 2018, FRA carried out an online consultation with its civil society network, the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP), to complement the findings of its report. The results of the online consultation confirm earlier messages and point to the need to provide civil society with the resources and the ‘safe space’ that it needs to flourish and operate. At the Fundamental Rights Forum in September 2018, organized by FRA, one of the topics that was explored was the role for businesses in supporting civil society space.