This reference book shows the real extent of the Charter's provisions and offers an overview of the different national situations in the countries that have ratified the Charter
For each right secured in the charter, the author presents the substantive rules and the interpretation of them. With its practical examples, the book makes it easy to understand the real scope of the Charter's provisions and at the same time draws a picture of the situations prevailing in the twenty states that have now ratified this instrument.
This book is targeted at university students in international law, human rights and social law and to all those interested in the challenge of human social rights in Europe.
Already published :
European social Charter - Collected texts - 3rd edition (2002)