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European Social Charter


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European Social Charter

European Social Charter

European Social Charter

European Social Charter

European Social Charter

Migrant Rights under the European Social Charter

Domestic Enforcement of the European Social Charter: The Way Forward

Anchoring the European Union to the European Social Charter: The Case for Accession

The Supervisory Machinery of the European Social Charter: Recent Developments and their Impact

Assessing the Strengths and Weaknesses of the European Social Charter's Supervisory System

The Collective Complaints System of the European Social Charter: Interpretative Methods of the European Committee of Social Rights

We Don't See a Connection: The ‘Right to Health’ in the EU Charter and European Social Charter

The Collective Complaints System of the European Social Charter: An Effective Mechanism for Ensuring Compliance with Economic and Social Rights?

Violations of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights: The Current Use and Future Potential of the Collective Complaints Mechanism of the European Social Charter

Walking in the Same Direction? The Contribution of the European Social Charter and the European Union to Combating Discrimination

The European Social Charter and EU Anti-discrimination Law in the Field of Disability: Two Gravitational Fields with One Common Purpose

‘Aggravated Violations’, Roma Housing Rights and Forced Expulsions in Italy: Recent Developments under the European Social Charter Collective Complaints System

The Council of Europe's Social Charter of 18 October 1961: Britain and the 15th Cycle of Supervision

MORGAN, Alun Michael (1915 - 1981), Member, Committee of Independent Experts, European Social Charter, 1976–80; Under-Secretary, Overseas Division, Department of Employment, 1966–75; UK Government Representative on ILO Governing Body, 1971–75

 

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A Charter signed by the member states of the Council of Europe in 1961 that aims to protect social and economic rights, such as safe working conditions, medical assistance, vocational training, the right to work, to just conditions of work, to safe and healthy working conditions, to social welfare services, etc. The 46 European states that have ratified the Social Charter are obliged to submit reports on a two-yearly basis, examining the effectiveness with which the Charter has been implemented within their jurisdiction. Membership is restricted to democratic countries.

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