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According to a study just published by the European Commission in most EU countries, EU citizens from other Member States use welfare benefits no more intensively than the host country's nationals. Mobile EU citizens are less likely to receive disability and unemployment benefits in most countries studied.
|VT/2013/001||Assistance to the Audit Board of the Administrative Commission for the coordination of social security systems|
|VT/2013/015||Network of experts on intra EU-mobility- social security coordination and free movement of workers|
|VT/2012/077||Support for the implementation of the EESSI project, by enhancing the project management, governance and communication processes; Lot 1 – Enhancing the project management approach of the EESSI project and facilitating the work of the Commission in relation with the EESSI governance bodies; Lot 2 – Developing communication in the EESSI Project|
|VT/2010/035||Organisation and coordination of a Network on the co-ordination of social security schemes within the European Union|
|VT/2010/042||Service contract for the provision of technical support in the field of co-ordination of social security|
|VT/2009/050||Assistance to the Audit Board of the Administrative Commission on Social Security for Migrant Workers|
|VT/2007/018||Organising training and setting up networks on the European co-ordination of social security schemes|
|VT/2007/064||Private Health Insurance|
|VT/2006/025||Feasability study - Intensification of data exchange processes between social security institutions for co-ordination of social security schemes by increasing the use of electronic means|
|VT/2006/048||Service contract for the provision of technical support in the field of co-ordination of social security|