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80 million Europeans live with some form of disability. That’s about 15% of the whole population. Despite the large numbers, some people feel isolated and are left unable to fully enjoy their freedom of movement in the EU like others can.
Wondering what formalities you’ll have to go through when you move to another EU country? Will you have to register? Can you claim benefits? What if your flight is cancelled? Your Europe has the answer!
The social security system is there to provide people in need with care and assistance. Each country has its own system, but there are common rules in place to protect your rights when moving within Europe.
Vzw Jong, a fusion of 14 structures working with youngsters with fewer opportunities, has been in operation for 8 years. The organization’s co-founder is Dirk Van Grembergen.