Sindicatos y organizaciones partícipes


Participating in TUED are 62 trade union bodies, including 4 Global Union Federations, 3 regional organizations, and 8 national centers. There are 10 allied organizations from the policy and academic communities.  A complete list of participating unions and movement allies is here.

Unions presently participating in TUED come from 21 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Greece, India, Italy, Korea, Malawi, Nepal, New Zealand, Norway, the Philippines, Peru, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, the United Kingdom and the United States. Four global union federations are participating, representing educators, food workers, the transport sector and public services. National centers representing workers in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India, Italy, Nepal and the Philippines are involved.

Please contact us if you need more information or would like to discuss how to get involved in the project.

Participating Unions

Jurisdiction/Country Union
Global Union Federation Education International
Global Union Federation International Transport Workers Federation
Global Union Federation International Union of Food Workers
Global Union Federation Public Services International
Americas Trade Union Confederation of the Americas
EU European Public Services Union
EU European Transport Workers Federation
Argentina Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina–Trabajadores
Argentina Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina
Australia National Union of Workers
Australia National Tertiary Education Union
Australia Victoria Trades Hall Council
Australia Electrical Trades Union
Australia UnionsACT (Australian Capital District)
Brazil Central Única dos Trabalhadores
Canada British Columbia Government and Service Employees’ Union
Canada Canadian Labour Congress
Canada Canadian Union of Public Employees
Canada Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec
Canada Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Greece Water Workers Union at Eyath, Thessaloniki
India New Trade Union Initiative
Italy Confederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro
Korea Korean Federation of Public Services and Transportation
Workers Unions (KPTU)
Malawi Transport and General Workers Union
Nepal General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions
Nepal UNI-Nepal
New Zealand Unite Union
New Zealand First Union
Norway National Union of Municipal and Government Employees
Norway Norwegian Union of Electricians and IT Workers
Philippines Alliance for Progressive Labor/SENTRO
South Africa National Unions of Metalworkers of South Africa
Sweden Swedish Transport Workers Union
Switzerland UNIA
Trinidad and Tobago Oilfield Workers Trade Union
Uganda Amalgamated Transport and General Workers’ Union
UK Fire Brigades Union
UK Public and Commercial Services Union
UK Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association
UK Unite the Union
UK University and College Union (UCU)
USA Local 3 IBEW (New York)
USA Local 11 IBEW (Los Angeles)
USA 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East
USA National Education Association
USA National Nurses United
USA New York State Nurses Association
USA Pennsylvania Federation of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees Division of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters
USA Professional Staff Congress, AFT (New York)
USA Railroad Workers United
USA United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
USA GEU-UAW, Local 6950
USA GSOC-UAW-Local 2110
USA District Council 57 (California)
USA SEIU Local 1021

Movement Allies

Jurisdiction/Country Organization
Australia APHEDA (ACTU) Australian People for Health, Education and
Development Abroad
Australia Earthworker Cooperative
Australia Labor Environment Action Network
EU Global Labour Institute – Geneva
Nepal Center for Labour and Social Studies (CLASS)
South Southern Initiative on Globalisation and Trade Union
Rights (SIGTUR)
South Africa PSIRU-SA
USA Labor Network for Sustainability
USA Worker Institute at Cornell (New York)
UK Trade Union Campaign Against Climate Change (U.K. )
UK Global Labour Institute Network (Manchester)