International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Description The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions was set up in 1949 and has 233 affiliated organisations in 154 countries and territories on all five continents, with a membership of 145 million, 40% of who are women. It has three major regional organisations, APRO for Asia and the Pacific, AFRO for Africa, and ORIT for the Americas. It also maintains close links with the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) (which includes all ICFTU European affiliates) and Global Union Federations, which link together national unions from a particular trade or industry at international level. Read More campaigns, publications employment and international labour standards, tackling the multinationals, trade union rights, equality, women, race and migrants, trade union organisation and recruitment.
Contact 5 Boulevard du Roi Albert II, Bte 1
1210 Brussels  
Phone: +32 (0)2 224 0211
Fax: +32 (0)2 201 5815
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Focus: Gender, Human Rights, Migration, Trade, Belgium, Americas, Asia, Africa

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