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FESETE – Portuguese Federation of the Textile, Wool, Clothing, Footwear and Leather Trade Unions

Av. da Boavista - Nº 583 - 4100 - 127 - PORTO

Telef.: +351-22-6002377 - Fax: +351-22-6002164

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http://fesete.pt/portal/

 

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TEXTILE WORKER’S UNION – Textile Worker’s Union

 

Sirinevier, MehmetAkifCad. MehmetÇibikçi Is Merkezi

Nº 2 Kat: 6 Daire 18 Bahçelievler / ISTAMBUL/Turkey

 

Tel: +0212 6372900 Fax: +0212 6372909

 

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Web: www.disktekstil.org

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General Worker’s Union

Worker's Memorial Building

South Street, Valletta

VLT 1103 MALTA

Tele: +356 2124300 - Fax: +356 2134969

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www.gwu.org.mt

 

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National Organizations that promote gender equality in Malta

 

National Council of Women

 

The National Council of Women (NCW) is a co-ordinating, philantropic body of women that aims to act to improve the status of women and the well-being of society; to present a broad and comprehensive view of women's opinions on matters of national interest and cultural traditions based on human rights; and to make women more aware not only of their rights but also of their civic, moral, political and social responsibilities to society as a whole.

Website: http://www.ncwmalta.com/

 

 National Commission for the Promotion of Equality

 

The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE) is an independent, government funded body set up by virtue of Chapter 456 the Laws of Malta in January 2004.  The primary task of NCPE is to monitor the implementation of:

 

 The Commission works to ensure that Maltese society is a society free from any form of discrimination based on:  

 Website: http://msdc.gov.mt/en/NCPE/

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National Organizations that promote gender equality in Portugal:

 

        GENERAL CONFEDERATION OF PORTUGUESE WORKERS - NATIONAL INTERSINDICAL 

                     - COMMISSION OF EQUALITY BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN -

 

 

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Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment (CITE)

The national mechanism for the promotion of equality between men and women in labour and employment works in the dependence of the Government member responsible for the area of Solidarity Employment and Social Security, together with the members of the Government responsible for the area of Parliamentary Affairs and Equality. It is a tripartite commission composed of representatives from government and social partners.

The Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment (CITE) was created in 1979 in order to fight discrimination and promote equality between women and men in labour, in employment and in vocational training.

Its main responsibilities are to promote:

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Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality in Portugal

The Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality (CIG) is the national body responsible for the promotion and defense of this principle by addressing the profound social and political changes in society regarding citizenship and gender equality.

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Other Organizations

 

 

 

 Bureau for Gender Equality

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