You probably already knew that as an EU citizen you have the right to live, work or study in any other EU country, but did you know you also have the right to appeal to any EU embassy or consulate for help if you get into trouble outside the EU? Or that you can get emergency hospital treatment anywhere in the EU?
Did you know that EU rules give you the right to four weeks holiday a year if working full-time, and tackle workplace discrimination?
It's EU rules that have forced websites to present the price you pay for a flight or a holiday and stop hidden charges.
Wherever you live in the EU, you have the right to vote in local and European elections.
But we know that things aren't always perfect. We need your help to get it right. We would like to hear your practical ideas about how we can make existing EU rights more useful and relevant.
Submit your ideas and rate and comment on those of other people. Authors of the most popular and most commented ideas will be invited to present them to European Commission Vice-President Vivianne Reding at an event in Central London on 10 February 2014. This will be the occasion to discuss their ideas with European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding and 400 others from all walks of life. The event will be one of a year-long series of "Citizens' Dialogues" across Europe that will feed into new policy ideas from the European Commission in 2014. Registration for the February event will open soon.
This discussion will be moderated by Democratic Society. It is one of three themes that will be open for debate before the February 2014 event.