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Trade Unions: Financial incentives violated trade union members' human rights

This report relates to 1 case(s)

In Wilson and others v the United Kingdom 2.7.2002 European Court of Human Rights 30668/96, 30671/96, 30678/96, the European Court of Human Rights holds that, whereas the absence under UK domestic law of compulsory collective bargaining did not, in itself, give rise to a violation of article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights, preventing employees from exercising their right to have their trade union protect their interests rendered that right illusory.