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Family Reunification Directive – Court of Justice of the European Communities

Family reunification and the Union's Charter of Fundamental Rights, Judgment of 27 June 2006, Case C-540/03, Parliament v. Council

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 August 2007

Abstract

You may not have noticed, but 2006 was the European Year of Workers' Mobility. The symbolism was prompted by concerns that a genuine European ‘mobility culture’ still does not exist. As the Commission has observed, rates of mobility remain extremely low despite initiatives to promote the free movement of workers: ‘Many obstacles of a legal or administrative nature, but also of a linguistic or socio-cultural nature, continue to hamper workers’ freedom of movement and to discourage them from taking advantage of the opportunities for mobility.

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