European Labour Law

A.Y. 2018/2019
Overall hours
Learning objectives
The aim of the course is to prepare the students to critically assess the importance of EU Labour Law, providing them with the tools to understand the roadmap of the EU Labour Law and its fundamental areas. In particular the goals of the course are:
· understanding the social policy of the EU and its trends
· understanding the challenges which the EU is facing in order to balance economic and social needs
· understanding the complexity of the levels, actors and sources involved
· examining the most important case-law of the CGUE (Court of Justice of the European Union)
Expected learning outcomes
A successful candidate on this Course should identify, apply, analyse and critically evaluate the basics of the framework of EU Labour Law.
Course syllabus and organization

Unique edition

Lesson period
Second semester
The course gives an overview and deals with the background and sources of labour/employment law and social policy of the European Union.
In particular the course focuses on the study of:
- history and social policy of the EU (from the EU right of free movement to the protection of workers' rights)
- the development of the EU social policy and its recent trends
- the analysis of the fundamental social rights
- the overview of the collective labour relations at the EU level
- the concepts of employer and employee at the EU level
- the EU principle of anti-discrimination
- the employment policies
- the conditions of employment
IUS/07 - LABOUR LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professors: Carinci Maria Teresa, Dorssemont Filip Paul Arthur, Marinelli Francesca
lunedi ore 11,30-12,30