European Commission public consultation: EU rules on free movement of workers

European Commission public consultation: EU rules on free movement of workers

The Directorate-General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion launched a public consultation on possible future initiatives for the enforcement of EU rules on free movement of workers.

The objective of the consultation is to assess how to best ensure the enforcement of the right to free movement of workers and contribute to the removal of obstacles.

The European Commission wishes to obtain input from relevant stakeholders and citizens for possible future initiatives and actions in this regard.

The consultation will be open until 12 August 2011.

Do you have an opinion you want to share with the European Commission?

There is a short questionnaire focussed on discrimination while residing in another member state.  There is little scope for detailed context/answers in the online version.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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