In its decision released on 10 March 2014, the European Committee of Social Rights, as control body over the European Social Charter, has stated that Italy violates the Charter. This happens because the Law no. 194, adopted on 22 May 1978, concerning the rules on social protection on motherhood and voluntary termination of pregnancy , in the way it is applied, on the one side, does not respect the right to sexual and reproductive health of women as enshrined in Article 11 of the European Social Charter and, on the other side, violates the prohibition of discrimination set out in Article E of the same Charter.

I diritti delle donne in materia di interruzione volontaria di gravidanza: la situazione in Italia nella prospettiva della Carta sociale europea

DI PAOLO, Cinzia
2017

Abstract

In its decision released on 10 March 2014, the European Committee of Social Rights, as control body over the European Social Charter, has stated that Italy violates the Charter. This happens because the Law no. 194, adopted on 22 May 1978, concerning the rules on social protection on motherhood and voluntary termination of pregnancy , in the way it is applied, on the one side, does not respect the right to sexual and reproductive health of women as enshrined in Article 11 of the European Social Charter and, on the other side, violates the prohibition of discrimination set out in Article E of the same Charter.
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