Nordiska Industriarbetare Federationen (NIF)
Nordic Industry Workers' Federation
1 Sep 1993, on merger of H-XD2987 - Nordiska Fabriksarbetarefederationen (NFF) and H-XD0328 - Nordic Union of Textile, Clothing and Leather Workers. NFF had been set up, 26 Aug 1901, as 'Scandinavian Mutuality Committee'; and the Nordic Union of Textile, Clothing and Leather Workers in 1973, as a merger of H-XH2531 - Nordisk Bekledings-Arbeidersfederasjon, H-XH1106 - Nordisk Tekstil-Arbeiderunion and H-XH2530 - Nordisk Sko- og Laerarbeierunion. Also referred to as Nordic Federation of Industrial Workers. Merged with H-XD1944 - Nordic Metal to form D-XM2192 - Industrianställda i Norden (Nordic IN), Jan 2006.
Promote and maintain close cooperation between member organizations; work for a common Nordic line in the work at European and international levels; offer mutual support during periods of industrial conflict or other times of need.
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Nordic Forum (every 3 years). Executive Committee. Praesidium, comprising President, Secretary, Treasurer and 4 members. Sections (3): Factory Workers; Textile, Garment and Leather Workers; Paper Workers. Secretariat.
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