ТИПОВОЕ МЕЖГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ СОГЛАШЕНИЕ О ПРИГРАНИЧНОМ СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВЕ В ОБЛАСТИ ПОВЫШЕНИЯ КВАЛИФИКАЦИИ, ИНФОРМАЦИИ, ЗАНЯТОСТИ И УСЛОВИЙ ТРУДА (АНГЛ.)
к Конвенции Совета
от 21.05.1980 No. 106
1.11 Model inter-state
on transfrontier co-operation in matters concerning
lifelong training, information, employment
and working conditions
Introductory note: This agreement may be concluded either individually or in
conjunction with one or more of the model inter-state agreements (Texts 1.1 to
model and outline agreements have been authorized for publication; they are
appended to this Convention and numbered 1.6 to 1.13 and 2.7 to 2.15.
governments of ..... and ....., aware of the need to ensure that populations
living in the areas lying on either side of frontiers enjoy equivalent
conditions with regard to lifelong training, employment and work, and
information, have agreed as follows:
All nationals of a
state which is party to this agreement who reside in the area defined as the
"frontier area" have right of access to the labour market of the other
party(ies) on an equal footing with nationals of the said party(ies).
The regional authorities or, subsidiarily, government authorities have defined
the territory to be regarded as the "frontier area" as follows: .....
Frontier workers shall enjoy the same
conditions of employment and work as national workers of the employing state.
Frontier workers shall enjoy the same occupational mobility -
at least within the limits of the frontier area - as workers who are nationals
of the employing state.
Depending on the competence of the authorities
concerned, jobless workers shall qualify for all job creation schemes.
All institutions providing general and occupational training
and all agencies providing lifelong occupational training, retraining,
resettlement, etc. should be accessible to frontier populations and workers
under the same conditions as for national populations and workers.
A system will be set up for the recognition of occupational
qualifications and certificates issued by institutions within the frontier area,
in order to guarantee equality of treatment for people living in the frontier
area of one party who wish to work or undergo further training or study in the
other or one of the other party(ies).
In order to ensure equal
conditions, steps should be taken to promote knowledge of the language and
culture of the neighbouring border region.
Each party shall
acknowledge the capacity of the other party(ies) to issue certificates and other
documents whose legal validity it shall undertake to recognise.
The competent administrative authorities of frontier regions shall enter
into agreements to update the provisions of the present inter-state
The Contracting Parties undertake to promote and
implement co-operation among public employment bodies in frontier regions in
order to ensure or, where applicable, improve the exchange and joint management
of information concerning the employment and working conditions of frontier
They shall promote the establishment of joint information
centres for frontier workers, enabling the latter to obtain detailed and
accurate information on all questions concerning them.