European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW)

Fédération européenne des travailleurs du bâtiment et du bois (FETBB)
Federación Europea de los Trabajadores de la Construcción y la Madera (FETCM)
Europäische Föderation der Bau- und Holzarbeiter (EFBH)
Federazione Europea dei Lavoratori Edili e del Legno (FETBB)
Europese Federatie van Bouw- en Houtarbeiders (EFBH)
Europaeisk Federation af Bygnings- og Traeindustriarbejdere (EFBT)

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History

Founded 1958, Brussels (Belgium), as Joint Committee of Building and Woodworkers in the EEC -- Commission commune des ouvriers du bâtiment et du bois dans la CEE. Constitution revised at 1st General Assembly, 5 May 1974, Salerno (Italy), and ratified at General Assembly, Nov 1976, Luxembourg, when the Joint Committee became European Federation of Building and Woodworkers in the EEC (EFBWWC) -- Fédération européenne des travailleurs du bâtiment et du bois dans la CEE -- Europäische Föderation der Bau- und Holzarbeiter in der EWG -- Federazione Europea dei Lavoratori Edili e del Legno nella CEE -- Europese Bond van Bouw- en Houtarbeiders in de EEG -- Europaeisk Federation af Bygnings- og Treindustriarbejdere ØEF. Also known as Europese Bond van Bouw- en Houtarbeiders (EBBH). Constitution amended and present name adopted during the General Assembly, 18 Nov 1983, Brussels. New statutes adopted at Congress, Dec 1991, Luxembourg. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparency Register: 57745478360-42.

Aims

Represent affiliates in Europe and help them defend the rights and interests of workers in the construction industry, building materials industry, wood and furniture industry and forestry industry.

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Activities

Research/documentation; knowledge management/information disseminaiton; projects/programmes.

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Languages

Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 4 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 8 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 34 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

UIA Org ID

E0299

Last News Received

12. Dec 2019
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