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  1. Union renewal and development 27 January 2006

    Global Unions prepare the future

    Global Union Federations (GUFs) held their Annual Conference in Brussels 10-11 January. General Secretaries of the 10 GUFs, representing many millions of employees in the main sectors of the global economy, dealt with an impressive list of issues facing the global trade union movement.

    Global Unions prepare the future
  2. Union renewal and development 25 January 2006

    World Social Forum, 19-23 January 2006

    An EI delegation led by Deputy General Secretary, Elie Jouen, participated in the World Social Forum held recently in Bamako, Mali. Two other forums will be organised soon, the first in Caracas, Venezuela and the second in Karachi, Pakistan.

    World Social Forum, 19-23 January 2006
  3. Union renewal and development 18 December 2005

    Press Release 18/2005: Education International announces collaboration with Global Learning Portal to bring online resources to millions more educators worldwide

    Education International, the world’s largest federation of teachers' unions with 29 million members worldwide today announced a partnership with the Global Learning Portal. This powerful online network and set of collaborative tools will benefit teachers, administrators, and education policymakers around the world.

    Press Release 18/2005: Education International announces collaboration with Global Learning Portal to bring online resources to millions more educators worldwide
  4. Union renewal and development 17 August 2005

    Trade Union Statement to the 2005 World Summit of the UN General Assembly, New York, 14 – 16 September

    Together, the Global Union Federations (including EI), the ICFTU and the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD, and the World Confederation of Labour (WCL) issued a statement to the 2005 World Summit of the UN General Assembly, to be held in New York, USA, from 14 – 16 September...

    Trade Union Statement to the 2005 World Summit of the UN General Assembly, New York, 14 – 16 September
  5. Union renewal and development 1 July 2005

    New Global Trade Union Centre to be formed

    The ICFTU [1] Executive Board, meeting in Brussels 21-22 June, took the historic decision to hold a special Congress in 2006 to form a new Global Trade Union Centre. The meeting was chaired by the new ICFTU President, Sharan Burrow, a former Vice-President of EI.

    New Global Trade Union Centre to be formed