Asian Brotherhood of Clerical Workers (ABCW)

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History

27 Aug 1992, Bangkok (Thailand), at constitutive conference, by Brotherhood of Asian Trade Unionists (BATU), as a regional federation of World Organization of Workers (WOW). Statutes amended 21-24 May 1995, Bangkok. Has also been referred to as: Asian Trade Federation of Clerical Workers; BROTHERHOOD; Asian Brotherhood of White Collar Workers (ABWCW).

Aims

Unite white collar workers in the region, including banking financing and commercial sectors, insurance, trade and other clerical professions.

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Activities

Congresses; conferences; seminars; mission visits to affiliates; research; training programmes.

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Members

Members in 11 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

UIA Org ID

D5031

Last News Received

2012
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