Public Services International (PSI)
Internationale des Services Publics (ISP)
Internacional de Servicios Públicos (ISP)
Internationale der Öffentlichen Dienste (IÖD)
Internationalen för Stats- och Kommunalsanställda (ISKA)
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Merged, 10 Aug 1935, with H-XH1383 - International Federation of Civil Servants, formed 15 May 1925, to become International Federation of Unions of Employees in Public and Civil Services – Confédération internationale des fédérations de fonctionnaires et du personnel des services publics. Current Constitution adopted 3 Nov 2017.
Champion human rights; advocate for social justice; promote universal access to quality public services.
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World Congress (every 5 years); Executive Board (annual); Steering Committee (annual); World Women's Committee (annual); Secretariat; Regional Executive Committees (3) (annual); In Europe, PSI merged its European Regional Organization with D-XE1598 - European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU), which is part of European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC).
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