General Union of Central African Workers

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Full name Union of Central African Workers
Native name Union Syndicale des Travailleurs de Centrafrique
Members 15,000
Affiliation ITUC
Key people Théophile Sonny-Colé, secretary general
Office location Bangui, Central African Republic
Country Central African Republic

The Union of Central African Workers, created in 1964, is a trade union centre in the Central African Republic. In 1981, its activity was suspended by David Dacko's government. In place of it government-backed Confederation of Central African Workers was established, which didn't stand up for the rights of workers in practice.

It is affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation.