Freedom of movement is at the heart of the European Social Model. But what happens to your social security rights – for example, your healthcare, maternity or paternity rights, unemployment benefits, or your pension – if you live, study, travel, work or retire in another European country?
Could more be done to protect your social rights in Europe? Do you have ideas on how social rights protection can be improved in the Single Market?
Join the debate on ‘Your social rights in the Single Market’ between 30 September and 2 October 2013 and help shape the future of Europe!
You can already share your ideas, comment and vote at www.yourideasforeurope.eu/en/ideas/socialrights.