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The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the Employment Relation

Editor(s): Filip Dorssemont, Klaus Lörcher, Stefan Clauwaert, Mélanie Schmitt
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Published: 04-04-2019
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Edition: 1st
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ISBN: 9781509922673
Imprint: Hart Publishing
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About The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the Employment Relation

The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union is the most developed and comprehensive legally binding human rights instrument in the social field of the European Union. It is becoming increasingly important and is the first instrument that includes both civil and political rights on one hand and social rights on the other. Despite this, the Court of Justice of the European Union has only rarely dealt with fundamental social rights. In this context, employment rights need to be examined in this new rights framework. Following on from previous volumes setting out links between European labour law and fundamental social rights (as enshrined in relevant UN, ILO and Council of Europe instruments), in this book the ETUI Transnational Trade Union Rights (TTUR) Expert Network examines the justiciability of social rights and critically analyses the effectiveness of those rights embodied in the EU Charter.

Thus, this book completes the trilogy of ETUI TTUR books on fundamental social rights at European level following the publication, also by Hart Publishing, of The European Convention of Human Rights and the Employment Relation (2013) and The European Social Charter and the Employment Relation (2017).

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
Klaus Lörcher, Filip Dorssemont, Stefan Clauwaert and Mélanie Schmitt

PART I
GENERAL PART
2. The CFREU and its Specific Role to Protect Fundamental Social Rights
Olivier De Schutter
3. The Future of the Charter on Fundamental Rights of the European Union
Antoine Jacobs
4. In Search of the EU's Social Constitution: Using the Charter to Recalibrate Social and Economic Rights
Simon Deakin
5. The Concept of the 'Employment Relation'
Joanna Unterschütz
6. Application (Article 51) and Limitations (Article 52(1))
Aristea Koukiadaki
7. Interpretation and Minimum Level of Protection
Klaus Lörcher
8. Procedure: Litigating before EU Courts in the Light of the Charter
Zane Rasnaca

PART II
SPECIFIC ARTICLES
Title I – Dignity
9. Article 1 – Human Dignity
Barbara Kresal
10. Article 5 – Prohibition of Slavery and Forced Labour
Niklas Bruun and Joanna Unterschütz
Title II – Freedoms
11. Article 7 – Protection of Private and Family Life
Frank Hendrickx
12. Article 8 – Protection of Personal Data
Frank Hendrickx
13. Article 10 – Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion
Fleur Laronze
14. Article 11 – Freedom of Expression and Information
Elliot Cobbaut
15. Article 12 – Freedom of Assembly and of Association
Antoine Jacobs
16. Article 15 – Freedom to Choose an Occupation and Right to Engage in Work
Simon Deakin
17. Article 16 – Freedom to Conduct a Business
Bruno Veneziani
18. Article 17(2) – Right to Intellectual Property
Niklas Bruun
Title III – Equality
19. Articles 20 and 21 – Equality and Non-discrimination
Niklas Bruun
20. Article 23 – Equality Between Men and Women
Csilla Kollonay Lehoczky
Title IV – Solidarity
21. Article 27 – Worker's Right to Information and Consultation within the Undertaking
Bruno Veneziani
22. Article 28 – Right of Collective Bargaining and Action
Filip Dorssemont and Marco Rocca
23. Article 30 – Protection in the Event of Unjustified Dismissal
Mélanie Schmitt
24. Article 31 – Fair and Just Working Conditions
Klaus Lörcher
25. Article 32 – Prohibition of Child Labour and Protection of Young People at Work
Antoine Jacobs
26. Article 33 – Family and Professional Life
Csilla Kollonay Lehoczky and Barbara Kresal
Title VI – Justice
27. Article 47 – Right to an Effective Remedy and to a Fair Trial
Klaus Lörcher
28. Conclusions
Filip Dorssemont, Klaus Lörcher, Stefan Clauwaert and Mélanie Schmitt

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