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List of trade unions

This is a list of trade unions and union federations by country.

Contents

  • International Federations 1
    • Global 1.1
    • Sectoral global union federations 1.2
  • Albania 2
  • Algeria 3
  • Andorra 4
  • Angola 5
  • Antigua and Barbuda 6
  • Argentina 7
  • Aruba 8
  • Australia 9
  • Austria 10
  • Azerbaijan 11
  • Bahamas 12
  • Bahrain 13
  • Bangladesh 14
  • Barbados 15
  • Belarus 16
  • Belgium 17
  • Belize 18
  • Benin 19
  • Bermuda 20
  • Bhutan 21
  • Bolivia 22
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 23
  • Botswana 24
  • Brazil 25
  • Bulgaria 26
  • Burkina Faso 27
  • Burundi 28
  • Cambodia 29
  • Cameroon 30
  • Canada 31
  • Cape Verde 32
  • Caribbean 33
  • Cayman Islands 34
  • Central African Republic 35
  • Chad 36
  • Chile 37
  • People's Republic of China 38
  • Colombia 39
  • Commonwealth of Independent States 40
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo 41
  • Republic of the Congo 42
  • Costa Rica 43
  • Croatia 44
  • Cuba 45
  • Cyprus 46
  • Czech Republic 47
  • Côte d'Ivoire 48
  • Denmark 49
  • Djibouti 50
  • Dominica 51
  • Dominican Republic 52
  • East Timor 53
  • Ecuador 54
  • Egypt 55
  • El Salvador 56
  • Equatorial Guinea 57
  • Eritrea 58
  • Estonia 59
  • Ethiopia 60
  • Fiji 61
  • Finland 62
  • France 63
    • Major confederations 63.1
    • Other important unions 63.2
    • Other unions 63.3
    • Historic unions 63.4
  • Gabon 64
  • The Gambia 65
  • Georgia 66
  • Germany 67
  • Ghana 68
  • Gibraltar 69
    • Historical Unions 69.1
  • Greece 70
  • Grenada 71
  • Guatemala 72
  • Guinea 73
  • Guinea-Bissau 74
  • Guyana 75
  • Haiti 76
  • Honduras 77
  • Hong Kong 78
  • Hungary 79
  • Iceland 80
  • India 81
  • Indonesia 82
  • Iran 83
    • Historical Unions 83.1
    • Current Unions 83.2
  • Iraq 84
  • Ireland 85
    • Historical Unions 85.1
    • Current Unions 85.2
  • Israel 86
  • Italy 87
  • Jamaica 88
  • Japan 89
  • Jordan 90
  • Kazakhstan 91
  • Kenya 92
  • Kiribati 93
  • Kuwait 94
  • Kyrgyzstan 95
  • Laos 96
  • Latvia 97
  • Lebanon 98
  • Lesotho 99
  • Liberia 100
  • Libya 101
  • Liechtenstein 102
  • Lithuania 103
  • Luxembourg 104
  • Republic of Macedonia 105
  • Madagascar 106
  • Malawi 107
  • Malaysia 108
  • Mali 109
  • Malta 110
  • Mauritania 111
  • Mauritius 112
  • Mexico 113
  • Moldova 114
  • Monaco 115
  • Mongolia 116
  • Morocco 117
  • Mozambique 118
  • Myanmar 119
  • Namibia 120
  • Nepal 121
  • Netherlands 122
  • Netherlands Antilles 123
  • New Zealand 124
  • Nicaragua 125
  • Niger 126
  • Nigeria 127
  • Norway 128
  • Pakistan 129
  • Panama 130
  • Papua New Guinea 131
  • Paraguay 132
  • Peru 133
  • Philippines 134
  • Poland 135
  • Portugal 136
  • Puerto Rico 137
  • Romania 138
  • Russia 139
  • Rwanda 140
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis 141
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 142
  • Samoa 143
  • San Marino 144
  • São Tomé and Príncipe 145
  • Senegal 146
  • Serbia 147
  • Seychelles 148
  • Sierra Leone 149
  • Singapore 150
  • Slovakia 151
  • Slovenia 152
  • Solomon Islands 153
  • South Africa 154
  • South Korea 155
  • Spain 156
  • Sri Lanka 157
  • Sudan 158
  • Suriname 159
  • Swaziland 160
  • Sweden 161
  • Switzerland 162
  • Syria 163
  • Taiwan 164
  • Tajikistan 165
  • Tanzania 166
  • Thailand 167
  • Togo 168
  • Tonga 169
  • Trinidad and Tobago 170
    • Current Unions 170.1
    • Historical Unions 170.2
  • Tunisia 171
  • Turkey 172
  • Turkmenistan 173
  • Tuvalu 174
  • Uganda 175
  • Ukraine 176
  • United Kingdom 177
    • Current Unions 177.1
  • United States 178
    • AFL-CIO 178.1
    • Change to Win Federation 178.2
    • Independent 178.3
    • Union Reform Groups 178.4
  • Uruguay 179
  • Uzbekistan 180
  • USSR 181
  • Vanuatu 182
  • Vatican City 183
  • Venezuela 184
  • Vietnam 185
  • Western Sahara 186
  • Yemen 187
  • Zambia 188
  • Zimbabwe 189
  • See also 190
  • References 191

International Federations

Global

Sectoral global union federations

Albania

Algeria

Andorra

Angola

Antigua and Barbuda

Argentina

Aruba

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahamas

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Bangladesh Jatio srimic Federation(BJSF)

Bangladesh Sramic fededration(BSF)

Barbados

Belarus

Belgium

Belize

Benin

Bermuda

Bhutan

Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Brazil

Bulgaria

Burkina Faso

Burundi

Cambodia

Cameroon

Canada

Cape Verde

Caribbean

Cayman Islands

Central African Republic

Chad

Chile

People's Republic of China

Colombia

Commonwealth of Independent States

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Republic of the Congo

Costa Rica

Croatia

Cuba

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Côte d'Ivoire

Denmark

Djibouti

Dominica

Dominican Republic

East Timor

Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador

Equatorial Guinea

Eritrea

Estonia

Ethiopia

Fiji

Finland

The three major confederations:

Individual trade unions

France

Major confederations

Other important unions

Other unions

Historic unions

Gabon

The Gambia

Georgia

  • Georgian Trade Union Confederation

Germany

Ghana

Gibraltar

Historical Unions

Greece

Grenada

Guatemala

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Guyana

Haiti

Honduras

Hong Kong

Hungary

Iceland

India

see Indian Trade Unions, List of trade unions in the Singareni coal fields.

Indonesia

Iran

Historical Unions

Current Unions

Iraq

Ireland

Historical Unions

Current Unions

Israel

Italy

Major confederations

Other unions

Jamaica

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kenya

  • Central Organization of Trade Unions (Kenya)
  • Non Governmental Workers Union (NGOWU)

Kiribati

Kuwait

Kyrgyzstan

Laos

Latvia

Lebanon

Lesotho

Liberia

Libya

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Republic of Macedonia

Madagascar

Malawi

Malaysia

Mali

Malta

Mauritania

Mauritius

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