The book gives the reader an insight into the organization and operation of the ECSR through the collective complaints procedure. Using the case law developed by the CommiIee, it examines the role reserved for the national judge in applying the Charter. It presents in detail the main tools for interpreting the Charter used by the CommiIee. It explores how the normative content of the social rights guaranteed by the Charter is enriched by introducing elements of human rights law, on the one hand, and European Union law, on the other. This book is aimed at lawyers and judges specializing in the protection of social rights as human rights, as well as anyone wishing to study the European conventional regime for the protection of social rights in greater depth.


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