International Trade Federations (ITF)
Fédérations internationales professionnelles (FIP)
as the grouping of international trade unions (8) individually associated with H-XA3490 - World Confederation of Labour (WCL). The grouping is not an organization in its own right although it may be described as such, especially when the bodies meet as a Conference. Similar groupings exist for the two other major trade union federations. WCL merged with H-XA1667 - International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) to form A-XM2085 - International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Nov 2006. Assumed ceased activity since 2006.
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Serviced by Secretariat for Trade Action - WCL. International Trade Federations (ITF) (7): C-XC2035 - International Federation of Employees in Public Services (INFEDOP); H-XC1888 - International Federation Textile and Clothing (IFTC-WCL); H-XC1889 - Fédération internationale des organisations syndicales du personnel des transports (FIOST); H-XD3492 - World Confederation of Teachers (WCT); H-XC3671 - World Federation of Agriculture and Food Workers (WFAFW); B-XC1887 - World Organization of Workers (WOW); H-XD6100 - World Federation of Industry Workers (WFIW). Also includes Committees/Commissions (3): U-XE3794 - Commission internationale de coordination des organisations d'artistes; World Women's; Human Rights and International Labour Standards.
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