European Institute for Construction Labour Research (CLR)
Europees Instituut Onderzoek Arbeidsverhoudingen Bouw
1993, as European Association for Construction Labour Research. Founders (4): D-XE0299 - European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW); Technical University of Denmark; Fachhochschule Dortmund (Germany); University of Westminster (UK). Current name adopted 18 Dec 1996. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 1996.
Initiate, coordinate and conduct labour research in the construction and wood industries; develop or support activities that are directly and indirectly connected with its objectives, including educational activities and the publication of research findings.
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