These the web sites of trade unions of some of the more significant international trade union organisations. If you find a broken link please let us know.
The International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco and Allied Workers’ Associations (IUF)- is an international federation of trade unions representing workers employed in agriculture and plantations; the preparation and manufacture of food and beverages; hotels, restaurants and catering services; and all stages of tobacco processing
UNI Global Union is working to build union growth and represents members in the following sectors: Commerce, Electricity, Finance, Gaming, Graphical, Hair & Beauty, IT, Business Services, Industry, Media and Entertainment, Post, Cleaning and Security, Telecoms, Tourism and Social Insurance. Each sector is a global union in its own right with action plans aimed at organising, raising industry-wide standards and negotiating global agreements with companies.
To develop issues across sectors, UNI has three groups which are working to promote global equality, to champion youth and to bring professionals and managers into unions.
The International Federation of Actors (FIA) was set up in 1952 by the French performers’ union and its sister organisation in the UK and currently represents more than 100 performers’ unions, guilds and professional associations in over 75 countries.
The International Federation of Musicians (FIM), founded in 1948, is the only international organisation representing musicians worldwide. It has member unions in over 70 countries.
UNI-MEI, the media and entertainment section of Union Network International represents broadcasting workers, film and theatre technicians and staff, specific creative and professional groups (writers, screenwriters, directors, visual artists), other arts and entertainment workers, as well as workers in sports and a variety of related groups.