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The decision on the merits of the complaint FIDH v. Ireland, No. 110/2014 is now public

Strasbourg 23/10/2017
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The decision on the merits of the complaint FIDH v. Ireland, No. 110/2014 is now public

The decision of the European Committee of Social Rights on the merits of the complaint International Federation for Human rights (FIDH) v. Ireland (No. 110/2014) became public on 23 October 2017. In its decision the Committee concluded:

  • by 11 votes to 1, that the there is a violation of Article 16 of the Charter (right of the family to social, legal and economic protection);
  • by 11 votes to 1, that there is no violation of Article E (non-discrimination) in conjunction with Article 16 of the Charter;
  • unanimously that there is no violation of Article 11 of the Charter (the right to protection of health) and of Article E in conjunction with Article 11 of the Charter;
  • unanimously that there is no violation of Article 17 of the Charter (right of children and young persons to social, legal and economic protection) and of Article E in conjunction with Article 17 of the Charter;
  • by 11 votes to 1, that there is no violation of Article 30 of the Charter (right to protection against poverty and social exclusion) and of Article E in conjunction with Article 30 of the Charter.

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