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Public consultation on EU Social Security Coordination

Policy field(s)

Employment and Social Affairs

Target group(s)

The consultation is open to all citizens and organisations

Period of consultation
from :     15/07/2015     To :   07/10/2015
Objective of the consultation

The purpose of this consultation is to gather views on the functioning of the current coordination rules in a number of cross-border situations. The contributions will feed into the revision of Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 and (EC) No 987/2009 on the coordination of social security systems.

This consultation follows the 2012 public consultation on a revision of the EU provisions on coordination of long-term care benefits and unemployment benefits (Regulation (EC) No 883/2004) (closed)

How to submit your contribution

Any citizen (EU citizens and citizens from a country outside the EU) or organisation may participate to the on-line consultation in EU survey.

The contributions received might be published on the internet, unless the respondent indicates that the information should be kept confidential. For further information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with, we refer to the Specific Privacy Statement

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Reference documents and other, related consultations
Summary of the public consultation on EU social security coordination
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Contact details
Responsible service : DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
Postal address :DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Unit B.4 (Free movement of workers, social security coordination), Rue Joseph II 54, B-1049 Brussels
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Results of consultation and next steps
Protection of personal data

Specific privacy statement

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