Decisions adopted by the European Committee of Social rights at its 298th session

16/04/2018 Strasbourg

The European Committee of Social Rights adopted during its 298th session (20-22 March 2018): The decision on admissibility in the case Confederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro (CGIL) v. Italy, Complaint No. 158/2017. The complaint registered on 6 October 2017 relates to Article 24 (right to...

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The decision on the merits ERTF v. France, No. 119/2015, is now public

16/04/2018 Strasbourg

The decision of the European Committee of Social Rights on the merits of the complaint European Roma and Travellers Forum (ERTF) v. France (No. 119/2015) became public on 16 April 2018. The European Committee of Social Rights adopted its decision on the merits on 5 December 2017. In its decision...

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The European Committee of Social Rights publishes its Conclusions XXI-2 (2017) in respect of Greece, Iceland and Luxembourg

04/04/2018 Strasbourg, France

The European Committee of Social Rights adopted, during its March session (20-22 March 2018) Conclusions XXI-2 (2017) in respect of Greece, Iceland and Luxembourg on the articles of the European Social Charter relating to the thematic group “Health, social security and social protection”. The...

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Conference on international labour standards and equality

29-30/03/2018 Baku, Azerbaijan

The International Labour Organization (ILO) organises a Conference on International Labour Standards and Equality in Baku, Azerbaijan on 29 and 30 March. The Conference will be opened by Mr. Idris Isayev, Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Discussions...

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The decision on the admissibility and merits of the complaint MDAC v. Belgium, No. 109/2014 is now public

29/03/2018 Strasbourg

The decision of the European Committee of Social Rights on the admissibility and merits of the complaint Mental Disability Advocacy Center (MDAC) v. Belgium (No. 109/2014) became public on 29 March 2018. Mental Disability Advocacy Center (MDAC) v. Belgium (No. 109/2014) MDAC alleged that the...

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New complaint registered concerning France

26/03/2018 Strasbourg

The complaint Confédération Générale du Travail Force Ouvrière (CGT-FO) v. France, No. 160/2018, was registered on 12 March 2018. It relates to Article 24 (right to protection in cases of termination of employment) of the Revised European Social Charter. FO alleges that the Order No. 2017-1387 of...

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Exchange of views of the President of the European Committee of Social Rights with the Committee of Ministers

22/03/2018 Strasbourg, France

“The European Social Charter represents today the most important and widely accepted legal framework of reference for identifying what social rights are, and what their protection and progressive realisation mean and require from European States”, said Professor Giuseppe Palmisano, President of...

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298th session of the European Committee of Social Rights

20-22/03/2018 Strasbourg, France

The European Committee of Social Rights will convene for its 298th session from 20 to 22 March 2018 in Strasbourg. The Committee will examine and adopt the draft conclusions in respect of Greece, Iceland and Luxembourg for Conclusions XXI-2 (2017). The Committee will also discuss the main issues...

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Meeting on non-accepted provisions of the European Social Charter by Hungary

06/03/2018 Budapest, Hungary

The meeting is organised by the Department of the European Social Charter of the Council of Europe and the Ministry of Human Capacities of in the framework of the procedure provided for by Article 22 of the European Social Charter on “non-accepted provisions” in order to exchange views with the...

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New complaint registered concerning Italy

28/02/2018 Strasbourg

The complaint Associazione Professionale e Sindacale (ANIEF) v. Italy, No. 159/2018 was registered on 12 February 2018. It relates to Articles 1§§1 and 2 (right to work), 4§§1 and 4 (right to a fair remuneration), 5 (right to organise), 6§4 (right to collective bargaining), 24 (right to...

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