The APProach project launches the first steps of its digital ecosystem to facilitate communication between local authorities and EU mobile citizens.

If you are an EU citizen living in another EU country, you are officially considered an EU mobile citizen! You can thus exercise fully your free movement rights in your country of residence. Exercising your free movement rights can include access to vote in the local and European elections, enrolling in school, participating in the local life of your welcoming city…

Right now APProach has gathered all the deadlines for EU mobile citizens to register to be able to vote in the European Parliament elections from 23 to 26 May 2019. If you would like to vote for EU candidates standing for elections in your HOST country or if you would prefer to vote for EU candidates standing for elections in your HOME country, have a look at APProach’s website.

APProach is a project co-funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship programme that aims as facilitating the circulation of information towards EU mobile citizens for them to effectively exercise their rights in their welcoming city. The cities partner to the project Etterbeek (Belgium), Milan (Italy), Nea Smyrni (Greece), Paris (France), Vejle (Denmark), Lisbon (Portugal) and associate to the project Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Warsaw (Poland) will contribute to the design of a digital ecosystem where guidelines and information for EU mobile citizens will be found in one place.

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