The Union Law I course is the gateway for students to the complex world of trade union rights. In this course, key to deal with warranties their naturally extended into the curriculum (Union Law II), we focus on the more theoretical aspects and individual Trade Union Law. To do this, we will develop 15 tracks, which we will structure into three sections or parts.
In the first part (items 1-7), discuss issues that will focus on the definition, sources and history of Union Law. So, after presenting to the student the plot that occupies Union law within the Labour Law, will present the global international sources are responsible for regulating the Union Law, and its location on the Internet (item 2) and the regional and international European sources regulatories of the Union law and its location on the Internet (item 3). Consequently, item 4 will show us the sources of European Union regulatory of the Union Law and its location on the Internet. Obviously, we can not ignore our close environment and forget Spanish regulatory sources of Union Law and its location on the Internet (item 5), an issue that connects with jurisprudential sources regulatory Spanish Union Law and its location on the Internet (item 6). We will conclude our first part of the course with the study of the historical Spanish labor movement (item 7) essential to understanding the evolution of Union Law in our country.
Different content has the second part of the program, which will deal with the legal representation of workers, starting with the concept and types of workers' legal representatives (item 8) and linking it almost seamlessly with related content of the election and mandate for such representatives (item 9). Then, we will analyze the skills and guarantees of workers' legal representatives with exhaustiveness, in item 10, the culmination of this second part of the course.
As for the third part of the program, noting that will focus its contents to the subject of freedom of association, where attention to individual and collective facets (item 11), organizational and functional (item 12), positive and negative (subject 13) and, finally, the internal and external facets of freedom of association (item 14). We end this third part of the course to the study of international sources, compared and Spanish, regulating collective representation of employers, placing it in the 15 theme of the program.