European Graphical Federation (EGF)
Fédération graphique européenne (FGE)
Europäische Grafische Föderation
Europeiska Grafiska Federationen
1985, under the name European Trade Union Organization of the Graphical and Media Industry, as the European regional organization of H-XC2084 - International Graphical Federation (IGF). Ceased to exist, 1 Jan 2000, Copenhagen (Denmark), when merged with on merger of U-XE0303 - European Regional Organization of the International Federation of Commercial, Clerical, Professional and Technical Employees, U-XE0495 - European Committee of International Communications and U-XE6112 - European Federation of Media and Entertainment International (EURO-MEI) to form E-XE3878 - UNI Global Union - Europa (UNI Europa).
Represent members of European trade unions in the newspaper, magazine, general printing, and paper processing sectors; serve as the recognized representative of these members within the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC); promote members' health and safety; develop solidarity among members; coordinate action; assist member unions in Central and Eastern Europe; promote multimedia standards.
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General Meeting (annual). Management Committee, consisting of President, Vice-Presidents and Secretary-General.
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