No. 88/2012 Finnish Society of Social Rights v. Finland
The complaint was registered on 13 December 2012. The complainant association alleges that Finland has not maintained the social security at a satisfactory level and has not endeavored to raise progressively the system of social security to a higher level, in violation of Article 12 (the right to social security) of the European Social Charter.
- Case Document no. 1, Complaint registered on 13 December 2012
- Case Document no. 2, Observations from the Government on the admissibility
- Case Document no. 3, Submissions from the Government on the merits
- Case Document no. 4, Response from the Association to Government submissions
- Case Document no. 5, Further response of the Government
The European Committee of Social Rights declared the complaint admissible on 14 May 2013.
The European Committee of Social Rights concluded that there was a violation of Articles 12§1 and 13§1 and that there was no violation of Article 12§3 of the Charter and transmitted its report containing its decision on the merits of the complaint to the Parties and to the Committee of Ministers on 10 October 2014.
The Committee of Ministers adopted Resolution Res/CM ChS (2015)8 on 17 June 2015.