Fédération internationale syndicale de l'enseignement (FISE)
World Federation of Teachers' Unions
Federación Internacional Sindical de la Enseñanza
Internationale Vereinigung Lehrergewerkschaften
Mezdunarodnaja Federacija Profsojuzov Rabotnikov Prosvescenija
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1946-07-07 Paris France
Founded by fusion of: H-XH0484 - Internationale des travailleurs de l'enseignement (ITE), set up 1922 and with headquarters in Mexico City (Mexico) during World War II; H-XC1919 - International Federation of Free Teachers' Unions (IFFTU), formed 1926; Confederation of American Educators, created 1929. Following split in the international trade union, 1947-1949, adhered to A-XA3537 - World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) in 1949 as a professional department; close relationship with WFTU developed, 1969, into a fully independent organization (TUI autonomy). Latest amendments to Constitution adopted by 12th Statutory Conference, 12 Jun 1981, Budapest (Hungary). Headquarters moved to Delhi (India) in 1997.
Build a democratic educational system in all countries; fight against illiteracy and for peace and disarmament; unite teachers' trade unions and promote teachers' trade union and professional rights; organize solidarity among teachers so as to achieve democratic schooling in each country, placing education at the service of peace and understanding among peoples.
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