The NFS Decent Work Conference is being arranged in Tallinn on World Day for Decent Work to discuss issues relating to work and working conditions from a Nordic/Baltic perspective.
Together we are looking for answers to the question of how we can work to attain the global goals set down in ILO’s Decent Work Agenda and the 8th goal in Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. The conference will convene trade union leaders in the Baltic and Nordic Regions to strengthen cooperation and to enable joint discussion of the challenges facing us as well as strategies for continued work towards our shared goals.
We welcome your attendance!
Agenda in EN
The Council of Nordic Trade Unions (NFS) is a regional trade union confederation. Its members are the 16 national trade union confederations of the Nordic Countries and it represents nearly nine million members from blue collar, white collar and academic sectors in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. NFS was founded in 1972, and has close ties with the Baltic Sea Trade Union Network (BASTUN). The main task of NFS is to co-ordinate trade union activities and foster co-operation in the Nordic countries, particularly with regard to employment, economic policy and different social issues. General Secretary, since April 2014, is Magnus Gissler.