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Fawcett Association

The union was founded in 1890. It was named after Henry Fawcett, who it considered had been sympathetic to workers when he was Postmaster General. For most of its existence, the unions general secretary was Wallace Bligh Cheesman, and its chairma ...

                                               

German Postal Union

The German Postal Union was a trade union representing postal workers in Germany. The union was founded at a conference held on 29 and 30 June 1949, in Stuttgart. It initially had 140.000 members, the vast majority working for the Deutsche Bundes ...

                                               

Irish Postal Union

The Irish Postal Union was a trade union representing clerks, telegraphists and telephonists working in the Post Office in Ireland. The union was founded in 1900 as the Dual Workers Association, and in 1904 it was renamed as the Association of Ir ...

                                               

Post Office Engineering Union

The Post Office Engineering Union was a trade union in the United Kingdom. It represented engineering staff in the Post Office, mostly working in telecommunications.

                                               

Amalgamated Lithographers of America

The Amalgamated Lithographers of America is a labor union formed in 1915 to conduct collective bargaining on behalf of workers in the craft of lithography. The ALA was established through the amalgamation of several small unions already existing ...

                                               

Amalgamated Society of Lithographic Printers

The Amalgamated Society of Lithographic Printers was a trade union representing printers and their assistants in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Central Association of Lithographic and Copper-Plate Printers Societies was founded in or before ...

                                               

Association of Correctors of the Press

The Association of Correctors of the Press was a longstanding trade union representing proofreaders in the United Kingdom. The union was founded in 1854 as the London Association of Correctors of the Press. At first a very small organisation, it ...

                                               

International Federation of Bookbinders and Kindred Trades

The International Federation of Bookbinders and Kindred Trades was a global union federation representing unions of bookbinders. In 1902, the Austrian bookbinders union suggested organising an international conference of bookbinders, and this too ...

                                               

International Federation of Lithographers, Lithographic Printers and Kindred Trades

The International Federation of Lithographers, Lithographic Printers and Kindred Trades was a global union federation bringing together unions representing print workers. The federation was established in 1896 at a conference in London, as the In ...

                                               

International Graphical Federation

Moved to establish the federation began in 1939, when the Lithographers International, International Typographers Secretariat, and International Federation of Bookbinders and Kindred Trades, agreed to merge. However, due to World War II, no progr ...

                                               

International Typographers Secretariat

An International Typographical Congress was held in Paris in July 1889, and this led to a determination to form a permanent organisation. This was established in Bern in 1892, as the International Printers Secretariat. It held further congresses ...

                                               

International Typographical Union

The International Typographical Union was a US trade union for the printing trade for newspapers and other media. It was founded on May 3, 1852 as the United States as the National Typographical Union, and changed its name to the International Ty ...

                                               

Irish Bookbinders and Allied Trades Union

The Irish Bookbinders and Allied Trades Union was a trade union representing print workers in Ireland. The union was founded in 1920 as the Irish Bookbinders and Paper Rulers Trade Union, by Dublin-based members of the UK-based National Union of ...

                                               

Irish Graphical Society

The Irish Graphical Society was a trade union representing workers in the printing trades in Dublin. The union was founded in 1809 as the Dublin Typographical Provident Society. It gradually increased in membership, reaching 900 in the 1890s, and ...

                                               

Irish Print Union

The Irish Print Union was a trade union representing print workers in Ireland. The union was founded in 1983 when the Irish Graphical Society merged with the Irish Bookbinders and Allied Trades Union and the Electrotypers and Stereotypers Society ...

                                               

London Society of Compositors

The union was founded as the London Union of Compositors in 1834 by the merger of the London Trade Society of Compositors and the London General Trade Society of Compositors. The following year, it was joined by the News Society of Compositors. I ...

                                               

Media Union

The Media Union was a trade union representing German workers in the printing, paper, journalism and arts. The union was founded on 15 April 1989 at a meeting in Hamburg, with the merger of the Printing and Paper Union and the Arts Union. Initial ...

                                               

National Amalgamated Society of Printers Warehousemen and Cutters

The union originated as the Printers and Stationers Warehousemen, Cutters and Assistants Union, founded early in 1899 by Alfred Evans, who remained general secretary throughout its existence. Later in the year, it merged with the Amalgamated Soci ...

                                               

National Graphical Association

The union was formed in 1964 by the merger of two long-term rival unions, the Typographical Association and the London Typographical Society. It was joined by a large number of small craft print unions including the National Society of Electrotyp ...

                                               

National Society of Electrotypers and Stereotypers

The National Society of Electrotypers and Stereotypers was a trade union representing workers in print foundries in the United Kingdom. The union was founded in October 1893 as the Federated Society of Electrotypers and Stereotypers by various lo ...

                                               

National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants

Formed as part of the New Unionism movement in September 1889, the union was originally named the Printers Labourers Union and was led by George Evans. In 1899, it was renamed the Operative Printers Assistants Union, and in 1904 it became the Nat ...

                                               

National Typographical Association

The National Typographical Association was an early British trade union, operating on a national basis. The union was founded in 1830 as the Northern Typographical Union, a federation of small, local societies in England and the Isle of Man, incl ...

                                               

National Union of Printing, Bookbinding and Paper Workers

The union was founded in 1921 as the National Union of Printing, Bookbinding, Machine Ruling and Paper Workers when the National Union of Bookbinders and Machine Rulers and the National Union of Printing and Paper Workers merged. The Platen Print ...

                                               

National Union of Wallcoverings, Decorative and Allied Trades

The National Union of Wallcoverings, Decorative and Allied Trades was an industrial union representing workers connected with the manufacture of wallpaper in the United Kingdom.

                                               

New South Wales Typographical Association

The New South Wales Typographical Association was an Australian trade union which existed between 1880 and 1916. It represented compositors, skilled tradesmen responsible for typesetting in the printing trade.

                                               

Printing and Kindred Industries Union

The Printing and Kindred Industries Union was an Australian trade union which existed between 1966 and 1995. It represented production workers in the printing industry, including compositing, typesetting, letterpress printing, lithographic plate- ...

                                               

Printing and Paper Union

The Printing and Paper Union was a trade union representing printing industry workers in Germany. The union was founded on 29 November 1948, to represent workers in book printing, type founding, planographic printing, gravure printing, image prod ...

                                               

Printing Industry Employees Union of Australia

The Printing Industry Employees Union of Australia was an Australian trade union which existed between 1915 and 1966. It represented a range of production and trades workers in the printing industry.

                                               

Printing Machine Managers Trade Society

The Printing Machine Managers Trade Society was a trade union representing supervisors of machinery in the printing trade. The union was founded in 1839 as the London Printing Machine Managers Trade Society. Steam-powered printing machines were b ...

                                               

Scottish Typographical Association

Scottish Typographical Association was a labour unon representing typesetters in Scotland. It was founded in 1853. In 1974, it merged with the Society of Graphical and Allied Trades. The formation of the union was organised by the Glasgow Typogra ...

                                               

Sign and Display Trades Union

The Sign and Display Trades Union was a British trade union that existed between 1917 and 1972. Formed in 1917 as the National Union of Sign, Glass and Ticket Writers and Kindred Trades it represented workers engaged as a sign, glass, poster or t ...

                                               

Society of Lithographic Artists, Designers and Engravers

The union was formed in Manchester in 1885 as the National Society of Lithographic Artists, Designers and Writers, Copperplate and Wood Engravers, and it became the Society of Lithographic Artists, Designers, Engravers and Process Workers in 1903 ...

                                               

Typographical Association

The National Typographical Association collapsed in 1848, and delegates from across Yorkshire and Lancashire met at Angel Street in Sheffield to found the Provincial Typographical Association, intended to recreate the former Northern Typographica ...

                                               

Union of Printing, Journalism, and Paper

The Printers Union began in 1842 with the establishment of the Association for the Support of Sick Printers and Type designers in Vienna German: Unterstutzungsvereins fur erkrankte Buchdrucker und SchriftgieSer in Wien. The union was banned in th ...

                                               

Union of Private Sector Employees, Printing, Journalism, and Paper

The Union of Private Sector Employees, Printing, Journalism, and Paper is the largest trade union in the Austrian Trade Union Federation. It represents the interests of Austrian private sector employees, graphics and paper industry employees, and ...

                                               

United Society of Engravers

The United Society of Engravers was a trade union representing engravers, principally in the cotton industry, but also in the paper printing industry, in the United Kingdom. The union was founded in 1889 in Manchester, as the Engravers to Calico ...

                                               

Equity card

The first major benefit to having an Equity card, as an actor, is that many professional auditions are Equity-only calls. Non-members are allowed to attend, but with no guarantee of being seen. Equity members are allowed to attend these Equity-on ...

                                               

Guild of Italian American Actors

The Guild of Italian American Actors was founded in 1937 as the Italian Actors Union to protect the rights of Italian American actors, and renamed in 1998. The guild has jurisdiction over Italian language professional theater, and works to preser ...

                                               

Hebrew Actors Union

The Hebrew Actors Union was a craft union for actors in Yiddish theater in the United States, and was the first actors union in the United States. The union was affiliated with the Associated Actors and Artistes of America of the AFL.

                                               

International Federation of Actors

The International Federation of Actors is a global union federation bringing together trade unions representing actors.

                                               

Negro Actors Guild of America

Negro Actors Guild of America was formed in 1936 and began operation in 1937 to create better opportunities for black actors during a period in America where the country was at a crossroads regarding how its citizens of color would be depicted in ...

                                               

SAG-AFTRA

The Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists is an American labor union representing approximately 160.000 film and television actors, journalists, radio personalities, recording artists, singers, voice actors, an ...

                                               

Screen Actors Guild

The Screen Actors Guild was an American labor union which represented over 100.000 film and television principal and background performers worldwide. On March 30, 2012, the union leadership announced that the SAG membership voted to merge with th ...

                                               

ADG Excellence in Production Design Award

The ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards are awards presented annually by the Art Directors Guild to recognize excellence in production design and art direction in the film and television industries. Honorees are presented with an award mad ...

                                               

Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design for a Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series

The Art Directors Guild Award for Outstanding Production Design for a Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series is an award handed out annually by the Art Directors Guild. It was introduced at the Art Directors Guilds 13th annual honors, in 2009, ...

                                               

Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design for a Multi-Camera Series

The Art Directors Guild Award for Outstanding Production Design for a Multi-Camera Series is an award handed out annually by the Art Directors Guild. It was introduced at the Art Directors Guilds fifth annual honors, in 2001, after being combined ...

                                               

Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design for a One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Series

The Art Directors Guild Award for Outstanding Production Design for a One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Series is an award handed out annually by the Art Directors Guild. It was introduced at the Art Directors Guilds 18th annual honors, in 2014 ...

                                               

Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design for a One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Series

The Art Directors Guild Award for Outstanding Production Design for a One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Series is an award handed out annually by the Art Directors Guild. It was introduced at the Art Directors Guilds 18th annual honors, in ...

                                               

Art Directors Guild Hall of Fame

The Art Directors Guild Hall of Fame was established by the Art Directors Guild in 2005 to recognize and honor the accomplishments and contributions of significant art directors and production designers in the film industry.

                                               

Screen Writers Guild

The Screen Writers Guild was an organization of Hollywood screenplay authors, formed as a union in 1933. In 1954, it became two different organizations: Writers Guild of America, West and the Writers Guild of America, East.