Miners' European Federation (MEF)
Fédération des mineurs d'Europe (FME)
Europäischer Bergarbeiterverband (EBV)
Federación de Mineros de Europa (FME)
Oct 1991, Poland, as European regional organization of H-XC2959 - Miners' International Federation (MIF). Originally sometimes referred to as European Miners' Federation (EMF). Ceased to exist, 20 Mar 1996, Luxembourg, on merger with H-XE0497 - European Federation of Chemical General Workers Unions (EFCGU) to form H-XD5361 - European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers' Federation (EMCEF).
Defend the interests of member organizations and their membership in relation to the European institutions through common policy formulation and representation and, when necessary, through joint action; organize exchange of information and experience among member organizations and training of selected officials on European policy matters; promote effective solidarity among members.
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General Conference; Management Committee composed of President, 6 Vice-Presidents and Secretary. Shares secretariat with Miners' International Federation.
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