Complaint no. 1/1998: International Commission of Jurists against Portugal : documents
Since its entry into force on 1 July 1998, the Additional protocol has allowed trade unions, employers' organisations and non-governmental organisations to submit complaints alleging breaches of the Social Charter. This paper presents in chromological order, the original documents relating to the first complaint, against Portugal, concerning the prohibibtion of child labour for children under fifteen years of age.
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Complaint filed by the lnternational Commission of Jurists
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Additional Protocol admission to employment adopted age of admission agricultural Appendix application carried child workers children aged collective complaints procedure combat child labour Commission of Jurists Committee of lndependent Committee of Ministers Committee of Social compulsory schooling Conclusions considers Council of Europe Covenant on Economic Cultural Rights declared economic activity employers and trade ensure ETUC European Committee European Social Charter examined Explanations and information explanatory report exploitation of child fact family businesses Fundamental Social Rights Government of Portugal Governmental Committee human rights implementation information submitted Labour and Solidarity labour in Portugal Labour lnspectorate lbidem lCJ wishes lCJ's Legislative Decree lndependent Experts lnternational Commission lnternational Covenant lnvestigation measures minimum age National NGOs non-governmental organisations number of children particular Portuguese Government programme protection ratified Recommendation reference period regard responsible sectors Social Charter providing statistics submitted by Portugal supervision survey system of collective trade unions written observations submitted young persons