European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI)
Confédération européenne des syndicats indépendants
Confederación Europea de Sindicatos Independientes
Europäische Union der Unabhängigen Gewerkschaften
Confederazione Europea dei Sindacati Indipendenti
1990. Constitution adopted 26 Nov 1992, Brussels (Belgium) at 1st Congress. Most recent constitution adopted by 7th Congress, 2016, Brussels. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparency Register: 32738888445-74.
Represent trade union organizations in EU accession states and countries in the scope of the Council of Europe; protect and promote better working and living conditions; stimulate and encourage development of European social dimension.
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Congress (every 4 years); Board; Praesidium. Sectoral Committees (Trade Councils); Horizontal Commissions; General secretariat in Brussels (Belgium). Europe Academy acts as internal research and training institution for members. CESI Youth represents the interests of youth organizations and young affiliates of member organizations.
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