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Recognition of (some) men's parental duties under EU law

Busby, Nicole (2016) Recognition of (some) men's parental duties under EU law. International Labor Rights Case Law, 2. pp. 270-275. ISSN 2405-6901

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    Abstract

    In this case, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) was asked to consider whether provisions of the Greek Civil Service Code and the Code of the Status of Judges that restricts access to parental leave for fathers in circumstances where the mother of the child was working or was incapacitated by illness or serious injury, were precluded by EU law relating to parental leave, specifically Directives 96/34/EC1 and 2006/54/EC.