Presentation on theme: "EU Citizenship Report 2013 EU citizens your rights, your future Justice."— Presentation transcript:
EU Citizenship Report 2013 EU citizens your rights, your future Justice
Why this online public consultation? Identify obstacles Identify actions Stimulate interest and participation in the development of the Citizens Agenda Inform 2013 feed 2013 EU Citizenship Report as a first deliverable of the European Year of Citizens
Justice What are the criteria for questions? Issues which potentially concern/interest each and every citizen Issues on which EU policies can have a positive impact Issues which allow for a debate on a vision for the EU in 2020
Justice What are the main areas? Free movement and residence: « movers profile » Citizens in their daily lives: hurdles citizens face and suggestions to remove them Awareness of EU rights: how do citizens want to be informed? New ideas! Open questions on the development of EU citizenship and the future of the EU
Justice What is the timing? From 9 May to 9 September 2012
Justice Where ? Easy access online in all EU languages: http://ec.europa.eu/justice/opinion/your-rights-your-future/ Comment via dedicated mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice What next? Around 3000 responses so far Please pass the message and promote This is for all citizens / organisations: role of local and regional authorities is key Analysis to be published end November Tell us what you think! Dialogue to be continued during the 28 November 2012 event and the European Year of Citizens 2013
Justice Possible questions for todays discussion: Free movement and residence: How to ensure enforcement, notably at local level, and better assist citizens? Main challenges and best practices. Political participation at local level: What are the main difficulties? What are the best practices?
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