Non-accepted provisions

The procedure for the implementation of Article 22 on non-accepted provisions of the 1961 European Social Charter, became effective by a decision of the Committee of Ministers adopted on 11 December 2002 at the 821st meeting of the Ministers' deputies, whereby States having ratified the Revised European Social Charter, are to report on non-accepted provisions every five years after the date of ratification and invites the European Committee of Social Rights to examine the reports of the States concerned.

 Meetings on non-accepted provisions: Reports by State 

(updated April 2014)
 

Albania

Andorra Azerbaijan Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Bulgaria

Cyprus

Estonia

Finland

Georgia

Ireland

Italy

Lithuania

Malta

Moldova

 

Netherlands

Norway

Portugal

Romania

Slovenia

Sweden

Turkey