Legislation and developments
This section displays selected legislative developments at European, national and international level. You also find links with direct access to relevant sources of European and International Law.
Read about relevant legislative developments at European level or explore the sources of European Law.
The European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) unveiled its Annual Activity Report for 2022, shedding light on pressing social rights issues across Europe
A video explaining the collective complaints mechanism as well at the ETUC's involvement is also available.
Legislation restricting the right to strike sends UK down the rankings of the ITUC Global Rights Index
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On 27 September 2023, the Social Security Financing Bill 2024 was presented which would suspend the payment of daily allowances by the health insurance schem
On 20 July 2023 the bill introducing minimum service levels in connection with strike action relating to certain services received royal assent
Following the tribunal judgement in 2022, a deal has been reached to stall the collective dismissals further and to seek the reindustrialization of the plant
The High Court found that the Government acted unlawfully and irrationally when it implemented regulations allowing employment businesses to supply employers
Read about relevant legislative developments at international level or explore the sources of International Law.
Global Labour Rights Reporter Vol. 3 Issue 1: Protecting the Labour Rights of Migrant Workers and Refugees
Information note on developments in the ILO Governing Body regarding the conflict on the right to strike
The 10th edition of the authoritative Global Rights Index shows that the global cost-of-living crisis has been met with a crackdown on the rights of working