Know your rights
The freedom to conduct a business in accordance with Union law and national laws and practices is recognised.
This right is enshrined in article 16 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
What to do if your rights have been breached
The authorities of EU countries are bound to comply with the Charter of fundamental rights only when implementing EU law. Fundamental rights are protected by your country's constitution.
How to report a breach of your rights
Addressing your complaint to the relevant national authority, government, national courts or a specialised human rights body.
Chapter 2 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights is on freedoms. This chapter also contains the following rights
- right to liberty and security
- respect for private and family life
- protection of personal data
- right to marry and right to found a family
- freedom of thought, conscience and religion
- freedom of expression and information
- freedom of assembly and of association
- freedom of the arts and sciences
- right to education
- freedom to choose an occupation and right to engage in work
- freedom to conduct a business
- right to property
- right to asylum
- protection in the event of removal, expulsion or extradition
4 MAY 2017
EU Charter of Fundamental Rights infograph - where to go in case of breach?
(289.74 KB - PDF)