UNI Global Union - Asia and Pacific Regional Office (UNI-Asia and Pacific)
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1973-05 Singapore Singapore
May 1973, Singapore (Singapore), as Asia-FIET, at the Founding Conference. Regional union of B-XB0009 - UNI Global Union. Name changes, at 5th Ordinary Conference, Oct 1986, Bangkok (Thailand), from Asia-FIET to Asian and Pacific Regional Organization of the International Federation of Commercial, Clerical, Professional and Technical Employees (APRO-FIET) - Organisation régionale pour l'Asie et le Pacifique de la Fédération internationale des employés, techniciens et cadres (ORAP-FIET) to reflect the geographical representation of FIET in the region. Changed name to Union Network International Asia and Pacific Regional Office (UNI-Asia and Pacific) 1 Jan 2000. Also referred to as UNI-Apro.
Secure new members for UNI and coordinate the activities of UNI affiliates in the region directed at dealing with the problems of commercial, clerical, professional and technical employees.
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Regional Conference (every 4 years). Regional Executive Committee (meets annually), consisting of President, Vice President, Regional Secretary and 6 members elected from among the affiliates in 4 areas, namely: East Asia, South East Asia, South Asia and the Pacific; Coordinator for APRO UNI Women Activities is a member of the Regional Executive Committee; UNI General Secretary is ex-officio member of the Regional Executive Committee. Regional Secretary is the chief executive of APRO UNI. Secretariat Office situated in Singapore (Singapore).
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