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Book chapter

Work-Life Balance and the Use of Child-Care Leave by Fathers Serving in the Military: The Case of Konstantin Markin v. Russia

P. 55-66.
Gerasimova E.

Article examines the case of Konstantin Markin, a military servant, who applied for the paid child care leave and was rejected due to the lack of regulation of this right in legislation on  men - military servants. The case was considered by courts of general jurisdiction of Russia and by the Constitutional Court of Russian Federation, and then by the European Court on Human Rights. Due to the different understanding of norms on discrimination, CC of RF and ECHR came to different concusions. Article investigates how this conflict influenced Konstatin Markin, regulation of prohibition of discrimination in Russia and attitude of Russia towards ECHR decisions.

In book

Gerasimova E., Rymkevich O., Lyutov N. et al. Iss. 97. Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer, 2017.