• Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • I Outline of age discrimination law
  • 1.1 Justification
  • II Justification of direct discrimination
  • 2.1 GOR based
  • 2.2 Open-ended
  • 2.3 Verbatim transposition of the Directive
  • 2.4 Open with examples
  • III Does national law permit differences of treatment based on age for any activities within the material scope of Directive 2000/78?
  • IV Does national legislation provide for exceptions to the principle of equal treatment for occupational pension schemes, as permitted by Article 6(2)?
  • Conclusion
  • V Special conditions for young people, older workers and persons with caring responsibilities
  • 5.1 Special conditions for young people
  • 5.1.1 Measures to protect young persons in the workplace
  • 5.1.2 Financial incentives to employers who employ young people, or young people seeking employment
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  • 5.2 Special provision for older workers
  • 5.2.1 Incentives for employers to recruit/retain older workers and for older workers to remain in the workforce
  • 5.2.2 Special assistance for older workers in obtaining work
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  • 5.3 Special provisions for carers
  • 5.4 General provisions permitting the encouragement of economic integration/protection of age groups
  • VI Age requirements
  • 6.1 Countries wich habe general provisions for the fixing of maximum and minimum ages
  • 6.2 General minimum ages for employment
  • 6.3 Minimum/maximum ages for particular professions
  • 6.4 Minimum and maximum ages for education or training
  • VII Retirement
  • 7.1 The effect of state pension age
  • 7.2 Rules relating to occupational pension schemes
  • 7.3 Is there a state-imposed (general or sectoral) mandatory retirement age(s)?
  • 7.4 Facilitating employer compelled retirement and loss of protection against dismissal and other employment protection
  • VIII Redundancy
  • Conclusion
  • Conclusions
  • Annex: National case law
  • Justification
  • Minimum and Maximum ages
  • Genuine occupational requirements (GORs)