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General Confederation of Trade Unions

 

General Confederation of Trade Unions

GCTU
Full name General Confederation of Trade Unions
Native name Всеобщая Конфедерация Профсоюзов
Founded April 16, 1992
Members 75 million
Key people Vladimir Scherbakov, president
Office location 42, Leninsky Prospekt, 119119, Moscow, Russian Federation
Country Russia
Website www.vkp.ru

The General Confederation of Trade Unions or GCTU (Russian: Всеобщая Конфедерация Профсоюзов, Vseyobschya Konfederatsya Profsoyuzov or VKP) is an international trade union confederation. It was founded April 16, 1992 and incorporates members from the Commonwealth of Independent States.

The GCTU claims a membership of 75 million and is led by Vladimir Scherbakov as president.

Contents

  • Member Unions 1
    • National Trade Union Centers 1.1
    • Industrial Trade Union Internationals 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Member Unions

National Trade Union Centers

The national trade union centers affiliated with the GCTU as of 2009 included:[1][2]

Industrial Trade Union Internationals

The industrial trade union internationals with the GCTU as of 2009 included:[3][4]

See also

References

  1. ^ GCTU Affiliates
  2. ^ National Trade Union Centres
  3. ^ GCTU Affiliates
  4. ^ Industrial Trade Union Internationals
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External links

  • www.vkp.ru - website.


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