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TRADE UNION DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION NETWORK ASIA PACIFIC REGION Working modalities of the TUDCN Bangkok, 3 rd 4 th and 5 th of December
TUDCN MEMBERS ITUC affiliates active in development; Solidarity Support Organisations (SSOs); ITUC regions, including representation from national affiliates; Global Union Federations; TUAC and ETUC; Invited as observers: ACTRAV
TUDCN features The Network membership should be understood as voluntary, inclusive and based on the interest and commitment of the cooperating organisations. The network has multiple lines of accountability (reporting to the ITUC GC on the one hand and by others to their own respective constituencies). The TUDCN works by consensus.
TUDCN organisational setting GENERAL MEETING OPEN COORDINATION MEETINGS WORKING GROUPS SEMINARS STEERING GROUP TUDCN SECRETARIAT
1. General Meetings (GM) The General meetings bring together all the members of the Network and are aimed at setting the overall agenda for its work. Composition: All active members of the TUDCN- including regional organisations and their national affiliates (max 5). Periodicity: One meeting per year.
2. Open Coordination Meetings (OCM) Open Coordination meetings will be held in between General Meetings to ensure coordination and follow-up of the TUDCN action plans decided by the GM. Composition: 3 representatives per region (Americas, AP, Africa), 1 GUF representative, the TUDCN secretariat. Open to all interested members of the Network. Periodicity: One meeting per year.
3. Steering Group (SG) The steering group will prepare TUDCN meetings, oversee the work of the TUDCN secretariat, ensure monitoring and evaluation of the work and assess regularly the financial and administrative situation of the Network. Composition: 5 representatives for the regions (Americas, AP, Africa and Europe), 1 GUF representative, the TUDCN secretariat. Periodicity: One or two meetings per year (conference call or face to face).
4. Working Groups (WG) Working groups are established to develop work on specific topics, such as on position papers or research (relating to the TUDCN strategies). The working groups are open to all interested members: WG on European Union policies WG on Trade Union Partnerships and Joint Initiatives WG on Global Policies WG on South-South and Triangular Cooperation
Area of WorkMain Activities Participation requirements for TUDCN members -EU development policies and advocacy -Influencing EU (PFD, European Parliament, EESC, EC) development policy-making. -Sharing information on national initiatives. -Making trade union policy contributions to government negotiations. -Contribute to trade union policy positions. -Take part in advocacy work at national level. -Share information on initiatives related to this area. -Availability to take part as trade union representatives in related events. Area of WorkMain Activities Participation requirements for TUDCN members -Trade union partnerships and joint initiatives -Working on Organisational Capacity Assessment Frameworks. -Sharing information on trade union partnerships, trade union cooperation initiatives and working methods. -Fostering joint trade union initiatives. -Share information. WORKING GROUP ON TRADE UNION PARTNERSHIPS AND JOINT INITIATIVES WORKING GROUP ON EU
WORKING GROUP ON SOUTH-SOUTH AND TRIANGULAR COOPERATION Area of WorkMain Activities Participation requirements for TUDCN members -South-South and triangular cooperation -Contributing to and bringing a trade union perspective to the debates and decision-making processes on South- South and triangular cooperation. -Sharing information on South-South and triangular cooperation initiatives. -Fostering joint trade union initiatives. -Share information. Area of WorkMain Activities Participation requirements for TUDCN members -UN processes -OECD DAC policies -Influencing UN development policy- making and OECD DAC policies. -Sharing information on national initiatives. -Making trade union policy contributions to government negotiations. -Contribute to trade union policy positions. -Take part in advocacy work at national level. -Share information on initiatives related to this area. -Availability to take part as trade union representatives in related events. WORKING GROUP ON GLOBAL POLICIES
5. Thematic Seminars Thematic or training seminars can be organised in order to enlarge the level playing field within the trade union organisations, create capacity or study and exchange on trade union development cooperation related issues. They should be used to support on-line work streams when appropriate. Composition: All TUDCN members interested in participating. Periodicity: When necessary.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! FOR MORE INFORMATION: Diego.Lopez-Gonzalez@ituc-csi.org Tel: 00 32 2 224 02 42
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