Arab Labour Federation of Printing and Information Workers
Fédération arabe des travailleurs de l'imprimerie et de l'information
1980 Tripoli Libyan AJ
1980, Tripoli (Libyan AJ). No recent activity reported since 1991.
Defend trade union rights; develop labour laws related to the profession and establish modern bases for work relations according to studies, statistics and scientific research; improve conditions and terms of work; promote labourers' rights and gains; adopt modern training methods; arrange symposia to encourage cultural standards and to exchange professional experience among members of the organization and international specialized corporations.
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Member countries have a number of delegates depending on workers represented. General Secretariat comprising: General Secretary; Assistant General Secretary/Assistant Secretary for Labour Training and Culture; Assistant Secretaries for Research and Economics, Information and Printing, Health and Professional Safety, Management and Financial Affairs, Arab and International Relations.
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