Voice of National Labour Movement


The Bangladesh Free Trade Union Congress (BFTUC) is the voice of the Bangladeshi workers at home and abroad. This is the largest independent national federation of trade unions in Bangladesh established in 1983, currently represent 1,56,000 members in public and private sector as well as workers at informal economy. Around 35% of its present membership is female and youth. It’s mission is empowerment of men and women workers at workplaces and in society, promotion and protection of workers’ rights and interests at national level through various forms of legal interventions, active social dialogue, tripartite and bipartite cooperation, campaign, advocacy and social mobilization for decent work. As a forward looking modern national workers organization, it upholds the principal of democratic and independent trade union practices and culture at national level, industrial sectors and workplaces. It is governed by elected executive board. BFTUC is one of a founder member organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC).............Read More


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‘Ensure punishment to culprits responsible for three construction workers’ death’

Dhaka, Tuesday 13 June 2017: The Bangladesh Free Trade Union Congress (BFTUC) and Bangladesh Building and Wood Workers Federation (BBWWF) in a joint press statement […]

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Third Follow-up Meeting of Sustainability Compact on RMG sector

Third follow-up meeting on Sustainability Compact in Dhaka Call for ensuring freedom of association and safety rights at all sector The third meeting of the […]

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BFTUC, SKOP observe May Day demanding workers’ rights

Bangladesh Free Trade Union Congress (BFTUC) and Sramik Karmachari Oikkya Parishad (SKOP) demanded democratic labour law, right to practice trade union, workplace safety, national minimum […]

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Why govt should not be directed to rehabilitate hawkers: HC

The High Court on 14 March issued a rule asking the government to explain in two weeks why it should not be directed to rehabilitate […]

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BFTUC holds rally to mark May Day

The historic May Day was observed across the country as elsewhere around the globe on Monday with a fresh call to ensure a safe workplace […]

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