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03
Mar
13
The European Commission of Human Rights' Jurisprudence  And Decision in Konttinen Case

Following the European Court of Human Rights' Judgement in the case of Eweida and Others v the United Kingdom1, I feel it is time for the Court to seriously consider on a case by case basis, the provision of reasonable accommodation in the work place, especially when conflicts arise between scheduling and religious observance of the Sabbath. This pertains to the European Commission of Human Rights' ruling, following its alleged legal reasoning in 1996, in the Konttinen v Finland case.

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18
Apr
12
SCIENTIFIC RESULTS NO JUSTIFICATION FOR EU SUNDAY LEGISLATION

Socio-Scientific studies and their results have in recent years, in part, continued to be used to justify in the European Union work-free Sunday Legislation.

Researchers have in their findings underscored the fact that Sunday (first day of the week) is the most important day of rest for the health and safety of workers in their workplace. 

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