The Council of Europe’s European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR), has published its conclusions assessing compliance of 35 countries and territories with the European Social Charter on issues related to labour rights. It also includes Georgia.
The ECSR published conclusions on issues including the right to reasonable working hours, fair pay and protection against harassment in the countries between 2013 and 2016.
.@social_charter: Labour rights under pressure across Europe according to latest annual conclusions from #CoE European Committee of Social Rights. https://t.co/q9HSMLIz9g— Council of Europe (@coe) March 25, 2019
Background: Country-by-country factsheets on the European Social Charter https://t.co/gDkXmdJFWY pic.twitter.com/SqYAqn6I76
Taking notes of the information contained in the report submitted by Georgia on November 3, 2017 the Committee says that among other issues it has not established that:
Georgia ratified the European Social Charter on August 22, 2005.
The Committee examines the situation of non-accepted provisions of the revised Charter every 5 years after the ratification.
It adopted a report concerning Georgia in 2012.