Fair treatment is a basic right in the EU but discrimination still exists in many forms, and it’s not always easy to identify.
Internet and social media usage has become a part of everyday life throughout Europe, but what are you rights while browsing the web?
Unfortunately today in Europe, people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual or intersex (LGBTI) still suffer from discrimination. The protection of LGBTI rights is an issue of high priority.
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.
An issue which has been tackled in the last number of years, the EU is committed to closing the gap between men and women, and ensuring equal opportunities and fair treatment for all.
No matter what the position, experience, or work-load, you are guaranteed basic working rights in the EU. Be informed so you can get the most from your work life.
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?
Cilvēktiesības ir ikvienam neatkarīgi no tautības, dzīvesvietas, dzimuma, valsts vai etniskās izcelsmes, ādas krāsas, reliģiskās pārliecības, seksuālās orientācijas, valodas vai citiem kritērijiem.
EU law gives all Europeans certain consumer rights. To make sure your rights are properly respected, you need to know what they are.