NCEW consists of the following bodies: Congress, Central Committee and Executive Committee.
The Congress is the supreme body of the NCEW. The function of the Congress is to:
|Approve, change and/or modify the NCEW Constitution
|Chart NCEW’s political, social and economic strategies
|Adopt and plan the objectives, plans and programmes
|Nominate and elect members of the Central Committee and approve their work
The Central Committee is composed of 55 permanent and 4 substitute members. The Central Committee:
|Prepares the agenda for the Congress
|Oversees the implementation of directives, decisions and recommendations of the Congress
|Charts the work plans to carry these into effect.
|Examines and approves budget proposals submitted by the Executive Committee
|Nominates the General Secretary, the Deputy General Secretary and the 7 other members of the Executive Committee, chosen among the members of the Central Committee
|Executes other responsibilities as assigned to by the Congress.
The 9 member Executive Committee is accountable to the Central Committee. The Executive Committee:
Executes or oversees the execution of decisions, directives and policies of the Congress and the Central Committee
Executes and oversees the work programmes of affiliated Federations
Provides appropriate directives.
he General Secretary, the Deputy General Secretary and the 7 other members of the Executive Committee manage and lead the NCEW including the following departments, Offices and Committees:
Research and Tiraning;
Women Workers Committee
Administration and Finance;
Youth Workers Committee
Regional / Zonal affairs
|Chemical, Mining and General workers federation
|Food, drink and allied workers federation
|Service giving industries workers federation
|Textile and leather workers federation
|Transportation and communication workers federation