INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN SOCIAL LAW

This course is taught only in English. It examines the law of the International Labour Organization and the Council of Europe, but its main focus is on EU social law, including both labour law and social policy of the European Union. After an introduction of the historical evolution of European Social Law, the course examines the sources of this law, the social provisions of the EU treaties and basic topics such as the free movement of workers, European social citizenship, European collective conventions, workers’ representation in groups of undertakings, working time regulation, the principle of non-discrimination in employment and work, gender equality, and the social rights enshrined in the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights and their relationship to the economic freedoms of the European Union.

Code: 
ELE71
Teaching staff: 
ECTS: 
5.00
Ώρες: 
2
κάθε εβδομάδα
Cycle/Level: 
Undergraduate
Ακαδημαϊκό έτος : 
2020-2021
Type of Attendance: 
ERASMUS
Teaching Period: 
Spring
Teaching dates and hours: 
Monday, 14.00-16.00
Department: 
Department of International Studies