Federación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Educación y la Cultura (FLATEC)
Latin American Federation for Education and Cultural Workers
Federação Latinoamericana de Trabalhadores da Educação e a Cultura
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1979-08 Santo Domingo Dominican Rep
Aug 1979, Santo Domingo (Dominican Rep), at Constitutive Congress, continuing the work of Comisión Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Educación (CLATEC), set up in 1971.
Promote the cooperation on a Latin American level between education and cultural workers in all the countries and the territories of the continent; study the situation and the problems of education and cultural workers in Latin America; promote, defend and represent the interests of the education and cultural workers of member organizations.
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Latin American Congress (every 4 years). Latin American Council (meets between congresses), consisting of members of Executive Committee (11) and Latin American representatives. Executive Bureau. Sub-regional Councils.
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