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A Right to Care?: Unpaid Care Work in European Employment Law
The reconciliation of unpaid care and paid work is arguably the most pressing and difficult problem currently facing employment law. In all of its forms, unpaid care is predominantly provided byExpand
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Affirmative Action in Women's Employment: Lessons from Canada
The use of affirmative action to increase women's representation in employment is recognized under European Community law. The European Court of Justice has identified affirmative action permissibleExpand
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Regulating working families in the European Union: a history of disjointed strategies
Families in market economies worldwide have long been confronted with the demands of participating in paid work and providing care for their dependent members. The social, economic and politicalExpand
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Collective labour rights in EU and international law: consolidation, reconciliation and beyond?
This chapter begins by considering the relationship between the Member States, the EU and the relevant instruments of international law. The disparate systems under which labour standards haveExpand
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Rural Identity in the Twenty-First Century: A Community of Crofters or Crofting Communities?
Crofting has been subjected to a specific regulatory regime in Scots law since the introduction of the Crofters' Holdings (Scotland) Act in 1886. The Act, introduced in response to the devastationExpand
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Theoretical Perspectives on Work and Care
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Core Eu Legislation
PRIMARY CONSTITUTIONAL LEGISLATION Consolidated Version of the Treaty Establishing the European Community Consolidated Version of the Treaty on European Union Protocol on the Position of the UnitedExpand
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Carers and the Equality Act 2010: protected characteristics and identity
Evaluates the Government's rationale for not including carer status as one of the specific grounds for protection against discrimination under the Equality Act 2010, that: (1) the protectedExpand
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European labour law in crisis: the demise of social rights
Syrpis and Novitz have argued that ‘the choices which the Court has made in the Viking and Laval cases represent a tipping of the delicate balance between economic and social rights in favour of theExpand
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