Irish Congress of Trade Unions

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (often abbreviated to just Congress or ICTU), formed in 1959 by the merger of the Irish Trade Union Congress (founded in 1894) and the Congress of Irish Unions (founded in 1945), is a national trade union centre, the umbrella organisation to which trade unions in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland affiliate.

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Irish Congress Of Trade Unions - Presidents
... Year President Union 1959 John Conroy Irish Transport and General Workers' Union 1960 James Larkin, Jnr Workers' Union of Ireland 1961 Norman Kennedy Amalgamated Transport and General Workers' Union 1962 W ... Fitzpatrick Irish Union of Distributive Workers and Clerks 1963 Jack Macgougan National Union of Tailors and Garment Workers 1964 Charles McCarthy Vocational ...

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