The FRP is the agency’s “mechanism of exchange and pooling of knowledge” created for facilitating a “structured and fruitful dialogue” with and among civil society organizations. The FRP is not an organization and there is no membership. The invitation to register will remain permanently open. Please note that only organizations registered before 20 April 2017 can participate in the upcoming FRP Advisory Panel elections (as voters or candidates). Through the FRP, FRA seeks to engage with a broad variety of civil society organizations active inside the EU at international, EU, national and grassroots levels (see FRA’s Founding Regulation Art. 10). The FRP is being relaunched under a new strategy that draws on 10 years’ experience of fruitful cooperation. The aim is to cooperate more closely and to greater effect with a broader variety of civil society organizations, focusing on enhanced thematic engagement. More information is available here.
Source: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights