International Young Workers Conference to Be Held in Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, April 12 — About 200 delegates will participate in the Second International Conference of Young Workers to be held Havana on April 29 and 30. The meeting is being convened by the World Federation of Trade Unions, reported the Prensa Latina news agency.

Twenty-nine nations have already confirmed their participation, of which Costa Rica, Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo will have the largest delegations, while the Americas will include participants from Bolivia, Brazil, El Salvador, Colombia, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru, Puerto Rico, Canada and the United States.

Delegates will have youth unemployment as their central theme for discussion and debate. They will also participate in the march led by Cuban workers in the Revolution Square in celebration of this year’s May Day.

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  • The CTC is a member of the World Federation of Trade Unions because it is not allowed into the
    International Trade Union Confederation. Reason being is that the CTC is not a trade union but a transmission belt of the party.
    Hubert Gieschen
    Members Trustee
    Public and Commercial Services Union in the United Kingdom

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