List of trade unions in Russia
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Defunct trade unions
- All-Russian Teachers' Union, 1890s - 1918
- All-Russian Metalworkers Union
- Trade unions in the Soviet Union
Trade Union groupings
- All-Russian Confederation of Labour, formed in 1995, affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and the General Confederation of Trade Unions.
- Confederation of Labour of Russia, formed in 1995, affiliated with the ITUC.
- Confederation of Revolutionary Anarcho-Syndicalists, formed in 1995, affiliated with the International Workers Association.
- Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia, formed in 1990, affiliated with the ITUC.
- General Confederation of Trade Unions, formed in 1992.
- Siberian Confederation of Labour
- Ashwin, Sarah; Clarke, Simon. Russian Trade Unions and Industrial Relations in Transition (pdf). Retrieved 2006-05-29.
- Clarke, Simon (June 2001). "Russian Trade Unions in the 1999 Duma Election". Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics. 17 (2): 43–69. doi:10.1080/714003573. Retrieved 2006-05-29.[permanent dead link]