European social charter,Turin,October 18,1961
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European social charter,Turin,October 18,1961 by Council of Europe.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in london .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementpresented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
SeriesCmnd -- 1667
The Physical Object
Pagination21p.,25cm
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21857963M

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THE European Social Charter was signed by thirteen of the member-States of the Council of Europe 2 in Turin on Octo It is conceived as the counterpart to the European Convention on Human Rights 3: the Convention protects civil rights; the Charter deals with social . The European Social Charter is a Council of Europe treaty which was opened for signature on Octo and initially became effective on Febru , after West Germany had become the fifth of the 13 signing nations to ratify it. By , 20 nations had ratified it. The Charter was revised in The Revised Charter came into force in and is gradually replacing the initial. B. Rules of procedure of the Governmental Committee of European Social Charter and the European Code of Social Security VI. COMMITTEE OF MINISTERS A. Composition B. Council of Europe Ministerial Conference on the European Social Charter (Turin, October ) 1. Final resolution 2. SAMUEL A. GONARD, former Army Corps Commander, Professor at the Graduate Inst­ itute of International Studies, University of Geneva, President (member since ) JACQUES CHENEVI.

primarily through the European Social Charter (hereinafter, ESC), also known as the Charter of Turin of October 18th , in force since Before the ESC, only few economic and social rights were protected in the Council of Europe through the European Convention on Human Rights of (hereinafter, ECHR). The official speeches and interventions of the Interparliamentary Conference on the European Social Charter and the Turin Forum on Social Rights in Europe, held in Turin . The European Social Charter is a treaty that was signed by the members of the European Council in Turin on Octo It protects, the Right to work; Right to fair working conditions; the Right to safety and hygiene at work; Right to free association and Right to social security. the application of the European Social Charter. 2. The role of the European Committee of Social Rights is to rule on the conformity of the situations in States with the European Social Charter (revised), the Additional Protocol and the European Social Charter. 3.

THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL CHARTER On Octo , at the Palazzo Madama in Turin, where one hundred years earlier the proclamation of a united Italy had been made, the plenipotentiaries of 13 Member States of the Coun­ cil of Europe signed the European Social Charter. The efforts made by the Council of Europe to elaborate the social rights of. European Social Charter Turin, Octo [1, pdf], [2, doc], [3, html] Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms as amended by Protocol No. 11, Rome, November 4, [1, pdf], [2, doc] Complete list of the Council of Europe's treaties (Council of Europe). Additional documents. You are obliged to submit: In case you apply for a temporary residence permit and you are going to live in Poland making a family with a migrant worker as defined in the article 19 part I and the article 19 part II of the European Social Charter done at Turin on Octo , or with a foreigner running his own business mentioned in the article 19 paragraph 10 part. COUNCIL OF EUROPE: PROTOCOL AMENDING THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL CHARTER* [Done at Turin, Octo ] +Cite as 31 I.L.H. ()+-W^. Introductory Note D. j. Hams The European Social Charter [ U.N.T.S 89; Europ. T.S. No. 25 ()] is the counterpart of the European Convention on Human Rights. Whereas the Convention protects civil and.