The World Confederation of Labour (WCL) was founded with very narrow vision as a confederation of trade union within the ambit of Europe and Latin America under the name of the International Federation of Christian Trade Unions in 1920.
Although, it is labour federation named as World Confederation of Labour but limited to the domestic policies and local affairs in member state. Initially, it was formed to cater Roman Catholic constituencies not only to protect the rights of both female and male workers but also fights for the discrimination and monitor working condition.
Objectives of World Confederation of Labour
Working Areas of World Confederation of Labour
Trade action: It promotes training; facilitate exchange of knowledge and advice; and support members' participation at meetings of international institutions. It also produced a newsletter, The World of Trade Action.
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