The International Labour Movement is a worldwide alliance of trade unions and parties of the trade union movement. With ever increasing levels of international trade and rising influence of muti-national corporations, there is a need to organise and collectively bargain internationally. The International Labour Movement has been established in an attempt to facilitate international collective bargaining, to share information and resources and to advance the interests of workers generally.

The ILM was founded by the Deltarian Labor Party in July 2089. It is curremtly led by the Progressive Socialists. With 164 members (26 active) it is currently the ninth largest party organisation in the world (as of March 2339).

Active Members (March 2239)Edit