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Abashidze A.Kh., Ruchka O.A. The European Social Charter – Initial and Revised Version: State and Prospects. Part 1

Abashidze Aslan Khuseynovich


Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of International Law, People’s Friendship University of Russia, Academician, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Expert of UN Organization, Member of the Expert Council on Law of the Higher Attestation Commission at the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation


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Ruchka Oleg Anatolyevich


Postgraduate Student, Department of International Law, People’s Friendship University of Russia

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Abstract. The full realization of civil and political rights is impossible without performing the economic, social and cultural rights. Despite of the evidence of the indivisibility of fundamental rights and freedoms of a person, confirmed by UN and by numerous international documents on human rights accepted at the universal level, the difference in the positions of states in the issue of the juridical validity of economic, social and cultural human rights is preserved till today. The article reveals the difficult in the procedural context order of obligations adoption by Member-States of the European Council within the 1961 European Social Charter and the 1996 Revised European Social Charter on economic, social and cultural rights as well as the complex control system for their implementation by the European Committee of Social Rights.
The article reveals week and strong points of these two international legal acts, which are now in transition stage to one single act – the 1996 Revised European Social Charter.


Key words: European Council, European Social Charter, 1996 Revised European Social Charter, European Committee on Social Rights, social human rights.

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