Consultative Council of Cultural Workers' Unions (CCCWU)
Международное объединение профсоюзов "Консультативный совет профсоюзов работников культуры" (КСПРК)
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Jan 1992, as Consultative Council of Cultural Workers' Unions of Independent States, by national workers' unions of 10 CIS republics. Also known as Consultative Council of Cultural Workers of the CIS. Statutes revised 16 Jun 1999, when current title was adopted. Registered in accordance with Russian law.
As an international trade union association: act as a permanent forum for exchange of experience and information; preserve and promote relations among trade unions of workers in the cultural sector; consolidate their activities on the basis of mutual recognition of state sovereignty, equality and furtherance of mutually beneficial cooperation; protect and further cultural workers' professional, economic and social rights and interests; ensure dissemination of progressive experience of such protection among affiliated unions; represent affiliates in international institutions; assist affiliated unions in establishing and developing contacts and joining kindred international and regional trade union federations.
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Conference of Cultural Workers' Union of Independent States (every 5 years); Council; Permanent Head Office in Moscow (Russia).
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