This month our newsletter covers our latest activities and work, including the Digital Competition we have launched as part of our DEEP-linking youth project, our synthesis report with key recommendations on free legal aid provision in the EU accession countries, the launch event of the project “European Citizens’ Crowdsourcing” in Slovenia, as well as our freshly published work programme for 2017.
In addition, you will find updates on the Commission’s proposed new EU rules on social security coordination and our reaction to it, and Switzerland’s recently revised law on foreign migration, with implications for free movement.
Finally, the newsletter also includes our analysis of three recent rulings at the European Court of Justice on child benefits and freedom of establishment, and a list of our upcoming events. Happy reading!
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