European Federation of Chemical General Workers Unions (EFCGU)
Fédération européenne des syndicats de la chimie et des industries diverses (FESCID)
Europäische Föderation der Chemiegewerkschaften (EFCG)
1988-05-02 Rome Italy
2 May 1988, Rome (Italy), superseding Coordinating Committee of Chemical and General Workers' Unions in the EC (ICEF) -- Commission de coordination des syndicats de la chimie et des industries diverses dans la CE -- Koordinationsausschuss von Chemie- und Fabrikarbeitergewerkschaften in der EG, set up in 1958. Was also sometimes referred to as European Chemical Union. Ceased to exist, 20 Mar 1996, Luxembourg, on merger with H-XD2942 - Miners' European Federation (MEF) to form H-XD5361 - European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers' Federation (EMCEF).
Look after the economic, social and cultural interests of workers; develop common approaches to collective bargaining and employment legislation.
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Congress (every 4 years). Management Committee (meets twice a year), consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Chairmen of Sectoral Committees (5) and Secretary General. Executive Committee (meets twice a year), comprising one representative from each member organization. Committees for Collective Bargaining (meets once a year).
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