The European Committee of Social Rights was established under article 25 of the European Social Charter, to examine conformity in the law and practice of Council of Europe member states with the revised Charter. This publication contains the Committees 2004 conclusions on the implementation of the Charters provisions relating to the right to work (art. 1), collective bargaining and union rights (arts. 5 a 6), prohibition of child labour under 15 years and employment rights for young people (art. 7), social security and social assistance (arts. 12 a 13), rights of the family (art. 16), migrants rights (art. 19), and equal opportunities for men and women (art. 20). This volume covers the following countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, France and Ireland.As regards medical care the report provides further information on the medical care scheme in force. ... a maximum charge of 400 an in any twelve months), all specialist services in out-patient clinics, maternity care and infant welfare services, anbsp;...
|Title||:||European Social Charter (revised): Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Ireland|
|Author||:||Comité européen des Droits sociaux, European Committee of Social Rights|
|Publisher||:||Council of Europe - 2004|