International Trade Union Confederation - African Regional Organization
as a regional organization of H-XA1667 - International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), as ICFTU African Regional Organization (AFRO) -- Organisation régionale africaine de la CISL (ORAf) -- Organización Regional Africana de la CIOSL (ORAf) -- Afrikanische Regionalorganisation des IBFG. Following merger of IFCTU and H-XA3490 - World Confederation of Labour (WCL), Nov 2006, into A-XM2085 - International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), adopted current title.
Work for full, productive and decent employment and elimination of discrimination based on race, sex, nationality or creed; seek universal recognition and application of trade union rights; strengthen international trade union solidarity, giving relief to oppression, repression victims and other sufferers due to natural and industrial disasters.
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