European Committee on Social Cohesion, Human Dignity and Equality (CDDECS)
Established as European Committee for Social Cohesion -- Comité européen pour la cohésion sociale (CDCS) within the framework of D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE). Replaced U-XE0735 - Comité européen de sécurité sociale (CDSS), the previous U-XE0737 - Steering Committee for Social Affairs and the subsequent U-XE0909 - Comité directeur pour l'emploi et le travail (CDEM) and U-XE1239 - Steering Committee on Social Policy. Current name adopted, 2014. Relevant instruments: T-XT6119 - European Social Charter; T-XT6404 - European Code of Social Security; T-XT7206 - European Convention on Social Security; T-XT8805 - Additional Protocol to the European Social Charter, 1988; T-XT9031 - European Code of Social Security, Revised; T-XT9696 - European Social Charter - Revised.
Oversee and coordinate the intergovernmental work of the Council of Europe in the fields of social cohesion, human dignity, equality and anti-discrimination; advise the Committee of Ministers (CM) on all questions within these areas.
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