The Commissioner for children’s rights slams the decision of a school to lower the grades of a disabled student who had benefited from facilitation measures so as to be at par with other students who did not benefit from any such measures
Time spent on maternity/parental leave or sick leave does not count as time spent in service for the purpose of fulfilling the obligations of resident physicians towards the hospital
The Supreme Court's judgment of 24 January 2017, has recognized the right to full remuneration for an employee in the medical field, who, due to her pregnancy, could not perform night shifts. In a judgment of 10 January 2017, the Supreme Court recognized the right to receive full remuneration (including bonuses) from the first day of work after maternity leave.
Extension of the scope of the equal treatment principle: addition of grounds and fields; extension of the Ombudsman`s powers; procedural provisions not improved nor incorporated into procedural codes; inadequate transposition of Directive 2014/54/EU
The main French trade unions have challenged the admissibility of the candidacy to the professional elections of the National Corsican Trade Union because it promotes the ‘corsicanisation’ of hiring in Corsica
The Ombudsman in her capacity as independent mechanism for monitoring the implementation of the CRPD found that a legislative provision requiring ‘full capacity’ as a precondition for naturalization violates the CRPD