Public consultation on a European Labour Authority and a European Social Security Number
EU Social Security Coordination, Labour Mobility, Employment
All individuals and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Although the consultation does not aim to single out any specific category of stakeholders, contributions are expected from public authorities at national, regional or local level, social partners, practitioners (e.g. consultants), academics, civil society organisations and individual citizens, in their personal or professional capacity.
|Period of consultation||from : 27/11/2017 To : 07/01/2018|
|Objective of the consultation||
In his 2017 State of the Union address, President Juncker announced plans for a European Labour Authority (ELA) that would ensure that EU rules on labour mobility are enforced in a fair, simple and effective way and to create a European Social Security Number (ESSN) that should simplify and modernise citizens' interaction with administrations in a wide range of policy areas. Legislative proposals for both initiatives are announced in the European Commission's Work Programme for 2018 and planned for adoption by Q2 of 2018.
The aim of this public consultation is to collect the views and opinions of interested parties on these issues in order to inform the impact assessment process.
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Responsible service : DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion European Commission, Unit 01: Coordination and Unit D2: Social Security Coordination
E-mail : EMPL-OPC-EUROPEAN-LABOUR-AUTHORITY@ec.europa.eu,EMPL-OPC-EUROPEAN-SOCIALSECURITY-NUMBER@ec.europa.eu
Postal address :Unit 01 and Unit D2, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, B-1049 Belgium
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