Joint letter to members of the Council working party on Fundamental Rights and Free Movement of Pers

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Members of the Council working party on fundamental rights and free movement of persons (FREMP).

19/11/2013 – Amnesty International and Social Platform welcome the Council’s engagement on combating hate crime and the leading role played by the Irish and Lithuanian Presidencies in prioritising this issue. In view of the meeting of the FREMP working party on 21 November, our organisations would like to submit the following recommendations for consideration when discussing the draft Council conclusions on combating hate crime.