Violation of Labour Rights in the Context of Compulsory Vaccination Against Covid-19
Keywordslabour rights, labour code, pandemic, ECtHR, international standards
The aim of the article is to conduct research on the issue of whether compulsory vaccination, enshrined in international and national legal acts, violates labour rights. The main research method was a comparison method, which helped to compare the experience of different countries in restricting labour rights in the context of compulsory vaccination against COVID-19. Moreover, the main characteristics of restrictions on labour rights during the COVID-19 period were highlighted using the method of system analysis. The evolution of compulsory vaccination was analysed using a historical-logical method. A formal legal method was applied to generalise, classify, and systematize research results, as well as to present these results. The current outbreak of COVID-19 has provoked trends in discriminatory behaviour in the workplace. Therefore, the restrictions on labour rights must comply with international human rights standards, which, however, largely reflect a position that does not support compulsory vaccination.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Oleg M. Yaroshenko, Nataliia O. Melnychuk, Roman Ye. Prokopiev, Hanna V. Anisimova, Halyna A. Kaplina
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