UNI Global Union
1 Jan 2000, as Union Network International (UNI), on merger of H-XB3136 - Communications International (CI), H-XB1892 - Fédération internationale des employés, techniciens et cadres (FIET), H-XC2084 - International Graphical Federation (IGF) and H-XB0058 - Media and Entertainment International (MEI).
Build power for working people in service sectors worldwide through growth of unions and expansion of collective bargaining; improve working and living conditions for workers; support decent jobs for all and sustainable economic growth.
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World Congress (every 4 years); World Executive Committee; Management Committee. Regional organizations (4) each with a substantial degree of autonomy: E-XE9996 - UNI Global Union - Africa Region (UNI-Africa); E-XE0092 - UNI Global Union - Asia and Pacific Regional Office (UNI-Asia and Pacific); E-XE3878 - UNI Global Union - Europa (UNI Europa); E-XE6277 - UNI Global Union - Americas Regional Office (UNI-Americas). Major workers' groups organized in 14 Sectors; other groups (3).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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