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 law aims to set a quantitative target for the proportion of members of the under-represented sex on the boards of listed companies
The presentations delivered at the Fundamental Rights and Litigation Advisory Group on the 25th of February are now available
In the framework of the Platform Reps project, the ETUC team on Non-Standard Work is looking for a subcontractor to draft 12 short country reports on work in
From 1 February 2022, the time limit for lodging a complaint at the European Court of Human Rights is being cut from six months to four months after a final
The Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) has published the 3rd edition of its Manual on Human Rights and the Environment.
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On 16 March, Luxembourg’s Chamber of Deputies voted in favour of a bill amending the Code du Travail and regulating the implementation of telework in c
In a response to the mass dismissal of workers on board P&O ferries, the UK government intends to change its policy on minimum wage for ferry workers
Ireland and France have both adopted laws transposing Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (the Whistleblowing D
Read about relevant legislative developments at international level or explore the sources of International Law.
For the first time since its creation, a complaint has been presented by trade union organisations before the Single Entry Point (SEP) of the European Commis
By a vote of 13 to two, the ICJ ruled that Russia “shall immediately suspend the military operations that it commenced on 24 February.”
The Association of Free Trade Unions of Slovenia (ZSSS) considers the Slovenian Republic to have failed to observe the ILO Occupational Safety and Health Con
Albania ratifies ILO Convention 190, becoming the fourth country in Europe to do so following Greece, Italy and San Marino.