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Charter of Social Rights of the Council of Europe (Studies in Employment and Social Policy) (Studies in Employment and Social Policy)

by Andrzej Marian Swiatkowski

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Published by Kluwer Law International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employment & labour law,
  • Reference / Law,
  • Labor & Employment,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12804201M
    ISBN 109041126082
    ISBN 109789041126085

    Economic and Social Rights in the European Charter of Fundamental Rights Article (PDF Available) in European human rights law review (1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.   European Social Charter by Council of Europe.; 11 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Human rights, Civil rights, Social legislation, Labor laws and legislation, Council of Europe; Places: Europe.

      The European Social Charter (ESC) complements the European Convention on Human Rights in the area of economic and social rights. It was adopted in and revised in The Revised European Social Charter (RESC) is gradually replacing the initial Charter. The rights guaranteed by the Charter concern all individuals in their daily lives. In the course of the last few years, the CoE has launched the Turin Process (of the ESC) and made crucial steps in the protection of social rights. The Turin process aims at strengthening the treaty system of the European Social Charter in terms of its relationship with European direction of those actions is designed to align Member States and their citizens more closely to the values.

    Table Of Contents. ic and Social Rights in the EU Legal Order: The Mirage of Indivisibility – Jeff Kenner Rights and Market Order: Adapting the Capability Approach – Simon Deakin and Jude Browne and Just Working Conditions – Jo Hunt Charter and Collective Labour Law – Bernard Ryan Right to Equality and Non-Discrimination – Mark Bell It is a point of reference on both European Union (EU) and Council of Europe (CoE) law related to these subjects, explaining how each issue is regulated under EU law, including the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, as well as under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), the European Social Charter (ESC) and other CoE.


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Charter of Social Rights of the Council of Europe (Studies in Employment and Social Policy) (Studies in Employment and Social Policy) by Andrzej Marian Swiatkowski Download PDF EPUB FB2

This important book offers an in-depth analysis of the substantive and procedural issues of protecting social rights in Europe under the Social Charter. Analysing the standards promulgated by the Committee, and drawing on the extensive legal literature on the subject, the author focuses on the administrative aspects of all the social protections afforded by the Charter, including the following:Author: Andrzej Marian Swiatkowski.

European Committee of Social Rights - European Social Charter (revised) Conclusions - Volume 1 The 50th anniversary of the European Social Charter presents the opportunity for a comprehensive and informative review of one of the Council of Europe's fundamental are its. The European Social Charter: Origin, Operation and Results Paperback – Decem by Council of Europe (Author)Author: Council of Europe.

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European Committee of Social Rights - European Social Charter (revised) - ConclusionsVolume 1 (Bulgaria, France, Italy) (). This book explains the content of these provisions and the case law of the European Committee of Social Rights in the light of recent developments in Europe.

The study gives further insight into the scope of the Charter’s protection and the fundamental social rights of individuals confronted with various risks, such as illness, old age, poverty, etc. THE CHARTER AT A GLANCETHE CHARTER AT A GLANCE. The European Social Charter is a Council of Europe treaty that guarantees fundamental social and economic rights as a counterpart to the European Convention on Human Rights, which refers to civil and political rights.

It guarantees a broad range of everyday human rights related to employment, housing, health, education, social. European Committee of Social Rights The honouring of commitments entered into under the Charter by the States Parties is subject to the supervision of the European Committee of Social Rights.

Its 15 independent, impartial members are elected by the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers for a period of six years, renewable once. European Committee of Social Rights.

The European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) is the body responsible for monitoring compliance in the States party to the Charter. The ECSR is composed of 15 independent members who are elected by the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers for a period of six years, renewable once.

The European Social Charter. The European Social Charter (CETS No. ) entered into force in Ever since its supplementation with a revised version (CETS No.

) inthe latter version has gradually replaced the former. Both versions guarantee the citizens of the Council of Europe member states a number of social rights and freedoms in various domains. Instrument: General Issues”, “The Charter and Social Rights”, and “Assessing the Legal Impact of the Charter at the National Level”.

Scholars and experts participating in the book have conducted, under the supervision of its editor, extensive and in-depth analysis on.

The European Social Charter of the Council of Europe is referred to in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) and the Treaty on European Union (TEU) as one of the sources inspiring the social objectives of the EU.

The Preamble to the TEU also speaks of the Member States’ wish to confirm ‘their attachment to fundamental social rights as defined in the European Social. Council of Europe Publishing Council of Europe Publishing The European Social Charter ISBN €9 / US $ 18 The Council of Europe has 47 member states, covering virtually the entire continent of Europe.

It seeks to develop common democratic and legal principles based on the. SOCIAL RIGHTS IN THE CHARTER: EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY 1.

SOCIAL PROTECTION AND THE IDEA(LS) OF EUROPE European Social Charter of In the European Social Charter was opened for signature. This was a document produced in the middle of the Cold War under the auspices of the Council of Europe (then. European Social Charter (Revised) Publisher: Council of Europe: Publication Date: 3 May Topics: Human rights and fundamental freedoms | Treaties / Agreements / Charters / Protocols / Conventions / Declarations: Citation / Document Symbol.

Following a Resolution on Fundamental Rights of the European Parliament in Marcha first draft of a Community Charter of Fundamental Social Rights was published by the Commission in Maya second draft was produced in October and the summit in Strasbourg on 9 December approved the final Charter.

to the revised European Social Charter () III. EXPLANATORY REPORTS A. Explanatory report to the Additional Protocol B. Explanatory report to the Amending Protocol C. Explanatory report to the Protocol D.

Explanatory report to the revised European Social Charter IV. EUROPEAN COMMITTEE OF SOCIAL RIGHTS The European Social Charter, adopted in and revised inis the counterpart of the European Convention on Human Rights in the field of economic and social rights. It guarantees a broad range of human rights related to employment, housing, health, education, social protection and welfare.

No other legal instrument at pan-European level provides such an extensive and complete protection. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is the judicial body of the Council of Europe. It hears cases on potential violations of civil or political rights protected by European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).

This court is comprised of judges from each of the 47 COE member states, and are elected to the court by the COE's Parliamentary Assembly. The Council of Europe rightly considers economic and social rights as human rights and has agreed on instruments to guarantee them.

The European Social Charter is a Council of Europe Treaty that guarantees fundamental social and economic rights as a counterpart to the European Convention on Human Rights, which refers to civil and political.

The Council of Europe (CoE; French: Conseil de l'Europe, CdE; German: Europarat) is an international organisation whose stated aim is to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe.

Founded init has 47 member states, with a population of approximately million, and operates with an annual budget of approximately million ion: Treaty of London law. Although the main human rights instruments (the Universal Decla-ration of Human Rights, the European Convention on Human Rights, the European Social Charter, the International Covenants), all drafted well before full awareness of .History, Role, and Activities of the Council of Europe: Facts, Figures and Information Sources.

by Sophie Lobey. Sophie Lobey holds a Master of International Trade and Finance (Paris, ) from "Institut Supérieur de Gestion" (Advanced Institute of Management). She has worked for fifteen years as Sales and Marketing Manager for Council of Europe Publishing, and has been responsible for the.