Comisiones Obreras de Andalucía

Comisiones Obreras de Andalucía
Jornada Mundial por el Trabajo Decente

viernes 18 de enero de 2008

CCOO Trade Union Prioites

CCOO sees trade union autonomy as the exercise of democratic decision-making capacity, carried out independently of governments, employers, political parties and other social organisations. It undertakes its commitment to build a free, fair and equality-based society, based on the principle that trade unions are autonomous political entities.

Our key objectives today are as follows:

To promote sustainable development To construct a European framework for labour relations which would include collective bargaining and a framework legislation for social and labour relations. To boost the political construction of a Europe based on rights, social and regional cohesion and the European Social Model. To contribute, through international trade union action and collaboration with NGOs and social movements, to the globalisation of rights, particularly social and working rights, and to the democratic government of multilateral institutions, respecting international law and the aspirations for peace and justice of peoples. To contribute to the strengthening of the ETUC and the ICFTU and the European and International Federations and promote trade union unity in the world. To promote the affiliation of women and young people, fomenting their access to positions of responsibility at work and in the trade union. To affiliate and defend the rights of immigrant workers. To reinforce and structure sector-based and company collective bargaining, broadening its content beyond salary and working hours. Full and quality employment, overcoming the current precarious nature of jobs in the labour market. To participate in handling changes which take place in labour relations and production,through social dialogue. To maintain and improve the systems of social protection (pensions, unemployment, etc.) and key public services (health, education, etc). To improve health and safety at work.

STRUCTURE, ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT BODIES OF CCOO¿S TU CONFEDERATION

Starting from companies' trade union sections, CCOO is built up from trade unions within both regional and sector-based organisations. CCOO's trade union confederation allies 17 nationality-based confederations and regional unions for each of the Autonomous Communities (self-governing regions) within Spain, two unions in auto­nomous cities; and 12 sector-based state federations.

Federation of Various Activities TU Federation of Public Administrations. (FSAP) State Agrifood Federation State Federation for Shops, Hotel & Catering and Tourism(FECOTH) Federation for Communication and Transport (FCT) Federation for Construction, Wood and Related Areas(FECOMA) Teaching Federation (FE) Federation of Mining and Metallurgy (FM) State Federation for Pensioners and the Retired Federation for Financial and Administrative Services (COMFIA) State Federation for Health (FES) State Federation for the Textile-Fur, Chemical and related Industries (FITEQA) Comisiones Obreras TU Confederation of Andalusia (CCOO-A) CCOO Trade Union of Aragón Comisiones Obreras of Asturies Comisiones Obreras of Cantabria CCOO Regional Union of Castilla La Mancha CCOO Trade Union of Castilla y León National Workers' Commission of Catalonia (CONC) CCOO Trade Union Confederation of Euskadi CCOO egional Union of Extremadura CCOO National Trade Union of Galicia Comisiones Obreras of the Canary Islands CCOO Trade Union Confederation of the Balearic Islands CCOO Trade Union for the Madrid Region (USMR) CCOO for the Region of Murcia CCOO Trade Union Confederation for the Country of Valencia CCOO Regional Union of La Rioja CCOO of Ceuta CCOO of Melilla

CCOO Trade Union Prioites

viernes 18 de enero de 2008