The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) is decidedly the largest and most influential workers' organisation in Norway. LO has a strong position in society and has set its stamp on society's development for more than 100 years.
As adopted by the 34th Ordinary Congress, May 8-12, 2017
Time and again we find Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, with
their 25 million inhabitants, on the lists of the world’s best countries to live in.
You, living outside the Nordics, may wonder: Have the Nordics really performed that well? How do you make your Nordic Model fly? Can we clone it back home? The note The Nordic Model for Dummies tries to give you some answers.
Fellesforbundet are on strike in the hotels and restaurant sector (Riksavtalen)
Hans-Christian Gabrielsen, LO-Norway 2nd Vice-president, having his solidarity speech at the PGFTU's congress in Nablus, Palestine. He, on behalf of LO-Norway, demands that Norwegian authorities should ensure that The Government Pension Fund and Norwegian companies do not contribute to the occupation through trade and investments in companies that conduct their businesses entirely or partly on occupied territory.
The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions has written a letter to Prime Minister in Swaziland strongly condemning the systematic interference by police in lawful and legitimate trade union activities.
Programme of Action. Adopted at the congress 3. - 7. May 2013.
Constitutions of The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions. As adopted by the XXXIII Ordinary Congress, May 3 – 7 2013