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Becoming an EU citizen does not take any effort; anyone with the nationality of an EU country is also an EU citizen. Over 500 million people from 28 countries can call themselves EU citizens, but what does EU citizenship mean?
Even now, in the 21st century, there are still inequalities between women and men, particularly on the job market. In the EU, women earn on average 17% less than men during their lifetimes.
EU law gives all Europeans certain consumer rights. To make sure your rights are properly respected, you need to know what they are.
Human rights belong to everyone, regardless of nationality, residence, gender, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sexual orientation, language, or any other criteria.