Introduction to the Danish Trade Union Development Agency

The Danish Trade Union Development Agency (DTDA) is the Danish trade union movement's organisation for international development cooperation.

It was established in 1987 by the two largest Danish confederations, the Danish Federation of Trade Unions (LO) and the Danish Confederation of Salaried Employees and Civil Servants (FTF), now merged to the Danish Trade Union Confederation (FH). The Danish Trade Union Development Agency does not have individual members but the unions affiliated to FH have more than 1,400,000 members. The support from members is guaranteed through the well-established democratic structures in the Danish trade union movement.

The Danish Trade Union Development Agency contributes to the creation of fair democratic, social and economic conditions for all in developing countries through the development of sustainable labour markets with social dialogue, tripartite institutions and a democratic and well-functioning trade union movement.

FUTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE DANISH TRADE UNION DEVELOPMENT AGENCY:

Objectives, areas of activity and partners

The board of the DTDA

The staff of the DTDA

 

Introduction to the Strategy and Organisational Structure of Danish Trade Union Development Agency in the regions


 

The DTDA Introduction Movie

 

 

Contact: mail@loftf.dk

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