Trade Unions

Some articles on union, trade unions, trade union:

Rugby Union In The Soviet Union
... Rugby union in the Soviet Union was a moderately popular sport ... gained a significant following due to the vast size of the Soviet Union, but was never a major sport despite many attempts to develop the sport, which Soviet citizens came to nickname the "leather melon" due ... These were the so called Voluntary Sports Societies of the Soviet Union ...
List Of Seychelles-related Topics - Economy - Trade Unions
... Seychelles Federation of Workers' Unions Seychelles Workers Union. ...
Congress Of Democratic Trade Unions (Quebec)
... The Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (French Centrale des syndicats démocratiques or CSD) is a national trade union centre in Quebec formed on 8 June 1972 in response to a split within the Confederation of ... smallest of the four labour centres in Quebec, with about 4% (62,770 members) of the union membership in the province ... Amédée Daigle, referred to as the "Three Ds", who said they wanted a more democratic union body and one which would be politically neutral, as distinct from the political ...
List Of Belarus-related Topics - Economy of Belarus - Trade Unions of Belarus
... Belarus Free Trade Union Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus ...
List Of Nepal-related Topics - Economy of Nepal - Trade Unions of Nepal
... All Nepal Trade Union Congress All Nepal Trade Union Federation (Revolutionary) Democratic Confederation of Nepalese Trade Unions General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions Independent Transport ...

Famous quotes containing the words unions and/or trade:

    When Hitler attacked the Jews ... I was not a Jew, therefore, I was not concerned. And when Hitler attacked the Catholics, I was not a Catholic, and therefore, I was not concerned. And when Hitler attacked the unions and the industrialists, I was not a member of the unions and I was not concerned. Then, Hitler attacked me and the Protestant church—and there was nobody left to be concerned.
    Martin Niemller (1892–1984)

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    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)