General Confederation of Trade Unions (GCTU)
Confédération générale des syndicats (CGS)
Vseobscaja Konfederacija Profsojuzov (VKP)
1992-04-16 Moscow Russia
Founded 16 Apr 1992, Moscow (Russia), at first congress, when constitution was approved. Constitution amended: 22 Sep 1993, at 2nd Congress; 18 Sep 1997, at 3rd Congress; 26 Mar 2004, at 5th Extraordinary congress. An international trade union organization reformed from the General Confederation of Trade Unions of the USSR, following recommendations, Mar 1992, by trade union organizations of F-XF2417 - Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Consolidate members' action in defence of rights of the employed, of youth in training and of pensioners, in the areas of labour relations and of professional, socio-economic and spiritual interests; promote protection of rights and guarantees for trade union activity; develop international trade union solidarity; support affiliates' bargaining campaign policies and international activities.
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Congress (at least every 5 years) always in Moscow (Russia); Council; Executive Committee; Commissions (6).
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