Public Conference: “60 years on bringing the European Social Charter into changed times”
Wed, 6 October 2021 – 10:15 to 17:15
Online via MS Teams
On Wed, 6 October 2021 Karin Lukas, President of the European Committee of Social Rights (Council of Europe) and senior researcher at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental and Human Rights (LBI-GMR), will be speaking at the conference “60 years on bringing the European Social Charter into changed times” on the topic of reinforcing the ESC System and Its Importance in Europe.
The University of Roma Tre (Department of Law, Roma Tre International Centre for Research “Diritto e Globalizzazione”) together with the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre, and with the support of the Department of the European Social Charter of the Council of Europe, are organising this one-day conference to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Social Charter.
The conference will provide an opportunity for academics, representatives of international organisations, civil society to discuss current issues such as labour rights in the era of gig economy and digitalisation, migrants’ rights, the right to sustainable environment or how to reinforce the European Social Charter system and its relevance in Europe.
Featuring expert speakers (academics, current and former members of the European Committee of Social Rights, high-level representatives of the Council of Europe), the conference will focus on “bringing the European Social Charter into changed times”.
You can participate in the conference via MS Teams here.
The agenda of the events can be found in the download section below.