According to Articles 20(2) and 28(2) of amended Regulation 2004/2007, Frontex shall make its general reports public and also "ensure that (...) the public and any interested party are rapidly given objective, reliable and easily understandable information with regard to its work".
Frontex has a "key documents" section on its own website, on which the public can search for certain publications. Over the years we have found it useful to ensure that an alternative copy is available on the internet, and have therefore published pdfs in the sections below.
Some crucial information regarding Frontex's relations with third parties, as well as the different risk analyses which constitute the basis of the Agency's work remain unavailable. The fundamental rights documents listed below can be viewed as a direct answer by the Agency to the sharp criticism to which it has been subject since its establishment.
We have organised these publications into the following sections:
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