Constitution of Federation of Korean Trade Unions
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Constitution of Federation of Korean Trade Unions adopted at the 7th Congress of the FKTU meeting at Seoul, Korea, on 1st April 1954 (the first Congress of the FKTU after the promulgation of labor law) revised at the 8th Congress of the FKTU meeting at Seoul, Korea, on 15th September 1955. by Hanʼguk Nodong Chohap Chʻong Yŏnmaeng.

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Published by FKTU in Seoul .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hanʼguk Nodong Chohap Chʻong Yŏnmaeng

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD8730.5.A5 H362
The Physical Object
Pagination10 leaves ;
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4308380M
LC Control Number78347886

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Korean Confederation of Trade Unions. 6, likes 50 talking about this. Official Facebook Page of Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (English)5/5(1). The Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU) was formed in , after a military coup and the dissolution of the General Federation of Korean Trade Unions and its affiliates. The FKTU was placed under the guidance of the military authorities. The FKTU was the sole legal trade union center in South Korea until the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions was finally recognized, in November Affiliation: ITUC. The Constitution declares South Korea a "democratic republic" (taken from Article 1 of Constitutional Charter of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea of ), its territory consisting of "the Korean Peninsula and its adjacent islands," and that "The Republic of Korea shall seek unification and shall formulate and carry out a Jurisdiction: Korea. General Federation of Trade Unions of Korea (GFTUK; Korean: 조선직업총동맹; Hanja: 朝鮮職業總同盟) is the sole legal trade union federation in North was formed on Novem as the General Federation of Trade Unions of North Korea. In January , it was reorganized and adopted its current name. The chairman of the central committee of GFTUK is Ju Yong-guk.

Labor unions have been created in various forms in Korea. The Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU) was first established as a nationwide union in under the name of the 'Korean Labor Federation for Independence Promotion'. As of , 2, trade unions with , members were affiliated with the FKTU. Sect. Requirements for registration of trade unions and employers' organizations. (5) The constitution of any trade union or employers' organization that intends to register must. state that the trade union or employers' organization is an association not for gain; prescribe qualifications for, and admission to, membership;. Constitution of the Trades Union Congress (Ghana) 8 ARTICLE 2 NAME AND OFFICE 1. The Organisation established by this Constitution shall be known as the TRADES UNION CONGRESS (GHANA) hereinafter referred to as the ‘TUC’/ ‘TUC (Ghana)’. 2. The Headquarters of the TUC (Ghana) shall be at the Hall of Trade Unions. A trade union movement that transcends the divisiveness that is manufactured by the elite, and makes common cause with the oppressed wherever they are located. What is needed now is an active working class movement that does not allow itself to be side-lined or demobilised for narrow or selfish interests, or for political expediency.

Please click on this link: FKTU letter on Fiji to view protest support letter sent by Brother Juyoung KIM the President of the Federation of Korean Trade Unions(FKTU) representing 1 million members in Korea. Brother Juyoung KIM, President of the Federation of Korean Trade Unions(FKTU) Thank you FKTU for your support and solidarity action. The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) was an international trade came into being on 7 December following a split within the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), and was dissolved on 31 October when it merged with the World Confederation of Labour (WCL) to form the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Federation of Korean Trade Unions (), Korean Trade Union History, FKTU, Seoul (in Korean). Google Scholar Frenkel, S. (ed.) (), Organized Labor in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Comparative Study of Trade Unionism in Nine Countries, Cornell University, New York. In , for the first time in South Korean history, participants of the more radical Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) surpassed moderate Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU).