• INTRODUCTION
  • I. EU CITIZENS' AWARENESS OF THEIR STATUS AS CITIZENS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
  • 1 Familiarity with the term ‘citizen of the European Union’
  • 2 Understanding of how EU citizenship is obtained
  • II. EU CITIZENS' AWARENESS OF THEIR RIGHTS AND OF WHAT THEY CAN DO IF THESE ARE NOT RESPECTED
  • How informed EU citizens feel about their EU rights
  • Awareness of EU citizens' rights
  • Knowing what to do when rights are not respected
  • III. THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF FREE MOVEMENT WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION
  • IV. SEEKING HELP FROM OTHER EU EMBASSIES WHILE STAYING IN AN EU COUNTRY
  • V. VOTING RIGHTS WHEN RESIDING IN OTHER EU COUNTRIES
  • 1 Right to vote in various elections
  • 2 Views on the full political participation of EU citizens
  • a. Losing electoral rights in the country of origin
  • b. Acquiring electoral rights in the country of residence
  • ANNEXES
  • Technical specifications