Fundamental rights

Human rights, as laid down in international and regional treaties and other documents, are not only binding States when providing legislation. Whereas undocumented persons, irregular migrants, persons seeking international protection or persons with special needs all are vulnerable persons, duty bearers, i.e. mostly State actors but also non-State actors, unabatedly have a particular obligation or responsibility to respect, promote and realise human rights and to abstain from human rights violations.

We have pointed out that on the operational level, a fundamental rights based approach also proves to be more efficient and more effective.

Our references: REACH has developed, and has participated in the development of fundamental rights training for major EU agencies.

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