European Organization of the World Organization of Workers (EO/WOW)
Organisation européenne de l'organisation mondiale des travailleurs
Organización Europea de l'Organización Mundial de Trabajadores
Europäische Organisation der Weltorganisation der Arbeitnehmer
within the framework of B-XC1887 - World Organization of Workers (WOW), as European Organization of the World Federation of Clerical Workers (EO/WFCW) -- Organisation européenne de la Fédération mondiale des employés -- Organización Europea de la Federación Mundial de Empleados. Statutes most recently amended 21-22 Jan 1993, Innsbruck (Austria). Previously also referred to as Organization européenne de la FME -- Organización Europea de la FME. Current title adopted 1 Nov 2006. Statutes are currently in preparation and adapted from the statutes of the former WFCW.
Coordinate the activities of affiliated national organizations in the framework of international institutions dealing with European questions, among others, those of the European Union; inform these organizations of problems linked to economic and social development of Europe as they concern their members and employees in general; represent these organizations with executive authorities and other official European institutions.
European Council (meets every 4 years), comprising one or more representatives of each affiliate; European Bureau, comprising the Secretary-General of WOW (who has a right to vote only if he/she represents an organization registered and active in Europe) plus at least 5 members of WOW Executive Bureau who represent organizations whose headquarters and area of activities are in Europe. Officers: President; one or more Vice-Presidents; Treasurer. Permanent Secretariat at European office of WOW.
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