Organizzazioni di tendenza religiosa tra Direttiva europea, diritti nazionali e Corte di giustizia UE

Pierangela Floris
2019

Abstract

This article examines two recent rulings of the Court of Justice of the European Union (cases Egenberger and IR). These are the first rulings on art. 4, par. 2, Directive 2000/78/EC on “occupational activities within churches and other public or private organisations the ethos of which is based on religion or belief“. On the one hand the author focuses on the passages concerning religious autonomy and jurisdictional protection of rights; on the other hand she highlights the links between the jurisprudence of the two European courts (CJEU and ECHR) and tries to reconcile the statements of the Court of Justice and those of the German constitutional Court on the limits to the autonomy of churches. However, the article highlights how the Court of Justice has not adequately addressed neither the art. 10 of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights EU, nor the art. 17 of the TFEU. As regards the ideological requirement set by art. 4, par. 2 of the European Directive, the study focuses on the additions made by the Court of Justice and recalls the reinterpretations of the ideological requirement recently adopted by the Catholic and Evangelical Churches in Germany.
2019
Italiano
12
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Esperti anonimi
internazionale
scientifica
Religious-Ethos Employers; religious autonomy and employees rights; Court of Justice EU
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Floris, Pierangela
1.1 Articolo in rivista
info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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