This is the full text (in French only) of the Law no. 2007-131 of 31 January 2007 relative to access to credit by persons who present a risk by reason of their health (Loi n°2007-131 du 31 janvier 2007 relative à l'accès au crédit des personnes présentant un risque aggravé de santé), enacted by France. It was adopted on 31 January 2007 and has been in force since 31 January 2007.
This is the full text (in French only) of the Law no. 2002-303 of 4 March 2002 relative to the rights of the sick and the quality of the health system (Loi n°2002-303 du 4 Mars 2002 relative aux droits des malades et à la qualité du système de santé), enacted by France. It was adopted on and has been in force since 4 March 2002. It was last modified on 28 August 2005.
This is the full text (in French only) of the Labour Code, enacted by France. The Code was first adopted on 2 January 1973 and has been substantively modified by Ordinance 2007-329. The current Code was adopted on 12 March 2007 and has been in force since 1 March 2008.
This is the full text of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens, enacted by France. It was adopted on 26 August 1789 and has been in force since 26 August 1789.
This is the full text of the Constitution of the French Republic, enacted by France. It was adopted on 4 October 1958 and has been in force since 4 October 1958.
This is the ERT Case Summary of the French Court of Cassation decision in case No. 04-87.354.
This is the case summary of the French Court of Cassation decision in Case No. 02-43.402.
This declaration adopted under the auspices of UNESCO is based on the principle that racism violates human worth and dignity. Article 1(2) provides that "all individuals and groups have the right to be different, to consider themselves as different and to be regarded as such.
Article 1(1) defines discrimination to include "(a) any distinction, exclusion or preference made on the basis of race, colour, sex, religion, political opinion, national extraction or social origin, which has the effect of nullifying or impairing equality of opportunity or treatment in employment or occupation; (b) such other distinction, exclusion or preference which has the effect of nullifying or impairing equality of opportunity or treatment in employment or occupation as may be determined by the Member concerned after consultation with representative employers' and workers
This convention lays down the rights of people belonging to national minority groups, including freedom of expression, association, religion, and linguistic and cultural rights.