LUSI is an alliance of different groups: Federation of Free Workers (FFW), Commercial and Agro-Industrial Labor Organization (CAILO), United Sugar Farm Workers Organization (USFO), Philippine Agricultural and Industrial Workers Union (PACIWU), Congress of Independent Organizations (CIO), Democratic Association
of Labor Organizations (DALO), Alliance of Labor for Reforms (ALARM), ARBs Sugar Farmers Federation-Kilusang Pagbabago (ASFF-KP), National Federation of Sugar Workers (NFSW), National Congress of Unions in the Sugar Industry of the Philippines (NACUSIP) and others.
Outside groups, such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the Democratic Association
of Secretaries of State and iVote - a group that supports Democratic candidates for secretaries of state - aided Hobbs' bid.
* She is State Secretary of the All India Democratic Association
A step further towards the decolonization of Fata and Pakistan in general (let's not pretend to forget the colonial status of Gilgit Baltistan) should be a more democratic association
between political parties, the state and people.
27 (Petra)--Government human rights coordinator Basel Tarawneh on Monday, met with Programme Officer- Gender Equality and Women's Rights at Euromed Rights Sarah Gjerding and member of the Democratic Association
of Women in Morocco Saeeda Al Idrisi and the accompanying delegation.
It was held on the initiative of the Association of Tunisians in France (Atf), the Democratic Association
of Tunisians in France (Adtf), the Federation of Tunisian citizens of both shores (Ftcr) and the Euro-Maghreb Citizenship and Culture Network (Remcc).
He then moves on to his more substantive research on the Polish-Canadian left--its leaders (particularly Dutkiewicz, Polka and Morski), its organizations (the Polish Workers and Farmers Association, the Polish People's Association, and the Polish Democratic Association
), and especially its press (Glos Pracy was the most important in this regard).
Gavin (left) said: "We pride ourselves that it's a very democratic association
. I think this is the third time it's been brought to Congress.
Such intervention would be problematic for any democratic association
, not just a church.
Acquiring a new worldview or adopting a specific political attitude or being a member of a certain religious community -- or an illegal organization, democratic association
or any other group -- can be considered in this scope.
Speaking at the [Andrew] Jackson Day Dinner, at the Young Men's Democratic Association
of Philadelphia in 1891, Cleveland succinctly summarized his constitutionalist philosophy of government: