SAC Syndikalisterna

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SAC Syndikalisterna
Central Organisation of the Workers of Sweden
Sveriges Arbetares Centralorganisation
HeadquartersStockholm, Sweden
3,055 in Sept 2018
Key people
Erik Bonk, secretary-general (current) Elise Ottesen-Jensen
Britta Gröndahl
Jan Fridegård
Stig Dagerman
Folke Fridell
AffiliationsRed and Black Coordination

SAC Syndikalisterna (Swedish: Sveriges Arbetares Centralorganisation) is a syndicalist trade union federation in Sweden. Unlike other Swedish unions, SAC organises people from all occupations and industries in one single federation, including the unemployed, students, and the retired.[1] SAC also publishes the weekly newspaper Arbetaren ("the Worker"), owns the publishing house Federativs and runs the unemployment fund Sveriges Arbetares Arbetslöshetskassa (SAAK).

Insignia of SAC
SAC workers conference, held in Örebro November 25-November 26, 1917. The conference decided to plan mass action for 8-hour working day in the spring of 1918.
Malmö LS 1 May 1991.
The SAC building in central Stockholm, housing the Stockholm Local Federation of the SAC, the SAC secretariat, and the Arbetaren office

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  1. ^ The Principles and Aims of SAC Archived 11 December 2006 at the Wayback Machine, point 10

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