The Social Law Rules Developed by the Council of Europe
AbstractIn the European space, human rights issues is inevitably linked to the Council of Europe, acting in support of democratic ideals, providing the universality of human rights by promoting common standards in all member states, in the benefit of all citizens, regardless of their origin. Among Council of Europe activities, the development of numerous human rights programs occupies an important place. Legal instruments are also operating in the conventions and agreements concluded within the Council of Europe, and the most important are: European Convention on Human Rights, European Social Charter, European code of social security and European Convention on Social Security.
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Volume (Year): XIII (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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