Social Charter


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Social Charter

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a declaration of the rights, minimum wages, maximum hours, etc, of workers in the European Union, later adopted in the Social Chapter
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PJSC LUKOIL upholds the principles of the Global Compact and of the Social Charter of Russian Business, which is reflected in the activities that contribute to sustainable economic growth and social responsibility enhancement.
Besides the SAARC Social Charter, the Secretary General shed light on SAARC's several other inter- governmental mechanisms dealing with the promotion of the status of women.
He briefed the Assembly about the initiatives taken by SAARC towards the overall development of youth in the region, with particular reference to the SAARC Social Charter, SAARC Youth Charter and SAARC Youth Awards Scheme.
Moreover, I would like to recall that the European Committee of Social Rights has emphasized that the minimum guarantees under the European Social Charter, for the right to housing and emergency shelter apply to irregular migrants too.
Among her topics are The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, The Equal Remuneration Convention, discrimination in employment: the European Social Charter, The African Chatter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, the 1996 Constitution of the the Republic of South Africa, and Brazil's Act against Racism.
The landmark case was taken under the European Social Charter - a Council of Europe treaty that guarantees human rights - that Ireland signed up to in 2000.
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Kenthea's board on Friday handed the minister a study of the rights drug addicts have when it comes to therapy in Cyprus based on texts such as the European social charter, the UN convention on rights of the child and studies by the World Health Organisation.
We have several great agencies here in the region perfectly capable of this kind of work so what steps did the council take to ensure that they conform to best value practice and the Social Charter Act, which requires them to support the local economy?
Thus, the Charter brings improvements to the provisions entered in the European Social Charter of 1961, adopted in Torino, and the European Social Charter revised in 1996, adopted in Strasbourg, which allow the States to only oblige themselves to one of said documents and not to their entirety (Popa, 2005: 100-101).
The SAARC social charter is the key instrument that sets out inspiring goals that the member states aspire to achieve in as many as seven areas, namely, poverty eradication; population stabilization; empowerment of women; youth mobilization; human resource development; promotion of health and nutrition; and protection of children.