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Report from the ANED network fed into Commission decision-making

17 October 2014 - The European Commission has published the ex-post evaluation report of the Programme for Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion(PROGRESS) 2007-2013. The synthesis report from the evaluation makes reference to a report as an example where a PROGRESS funded project, in this case managed by Human European Consultancy, fed into Commission decision-making.

European Parliament awarded Human European Consultancy and partners a framework contract for services to its Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

17 October 2014 - The purpose of the contract is to provide the Committee  with independent external expert advice in the fields of respect and promotion of fundamental rights, citizenship and combating discrimination. This will enable the Committee to respond to proposals made by the Commission as well as to provide a solid basis for some of the Committee's own initiatives.

Human European Consultancy and its partners will participate in the new FRANET

10 October 2014 - FRANET is the network of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) for research on fundamental rights issues, providing data and information for FRA’s comparative analyses.

Human European Consultancy participates in bid for the European network of academic experts in the field of disability

10 October 2014 - The European Commission has launched their call for tender on a European network of academic experts in the field of disability. This call is a follow-up to our current Academic Network of European Disability experts (ANED).

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Human European Consultancy specialises in complex, international projects in the fields of human rights, equal treatment and non-discrimination. Our projects include capacity-building, awareness-raising, programme and project evaluation, assessing the impact of policies and interventions, and multi-country research resulting in national, comparative and synthesis reports.

We believe that involving different stakeholders in the development and implementation of a programme or project adds value to both the analysis and the solutions. Our experience over the years has shown that this approach makes project outcomes more relevant, effective, efficient and sustainable and lays the foundations for the change set in motion by the projects.

A key aspect of our work is collaboration with different partners and teams of national and international experts specialising in the topic covered by each project. This ensures the highest level of professionalism and expertise in specific policy areas.

In addition to training civil society organisations in all the EU countries in awareness-raising around non-discrimination and equality issues, we work at a number of different levels on policy and legislation, as well as on activities with and for national and international NGOs. We also work to help people in society to realise their rights and are involved at the grassroots level through capacity-building and training activities.

With over 20 years of successfully completed projects for the European Commission, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, the Council of Europe and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, as well as national governments and national donor agencies, Human European Consultancy is actively contributing to a society where human rights are better protected.

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