Complaint No. 1/1998: International Commission of Jurists Against Portugal : Documents

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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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Contents

The European Social Charter an overview
7
Complaint filed by the lnternational Commission of Jurists
13
Written observations by the Portuguese Government
23
The issue dealt with in Conclusions Xlll5 of
30
Response by the lnternational Commission of Jurists
35
Decision on the admissibility of Complaint No 11998
43
Explanations and information provided by the Portuguese
49
lnformation and explanations provided by
58
Response of the lnternational Commission of Jurists lCJ
113
Additional observations of the Portuguese
125
Comments on the reply to Portugals assessment of
126
Government on the ETUCs observations
141
Committee of Ministers
149
Dissenting opinion of Mr Alfredo Bruto Da Costa
163
Additional Protocol to the 1995 European Social
169
Rules of Procedure of the European Committee
175

Measures adopted to combat child labour
73
Conclusions
91
Signatures and ratifications of the Charter
181
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