What are guilds in the Middle Ages?
A trade association is an organization of natural or legal persons, formed for the purpose of promoting the rationalization, development and protection of the activities that are common to them, by reason of their profession, trades or branch of production or services, and those related to such common activities.
A trade association requires 25 persons (between natural and juridical persons) or four juridical persons (which must be adequately represented by one or more persons in the formal bodies of the trade association).
To formalize a trade association, it is necessary to hold a meeting with all interested parties. This meeting must be validated by a notary (or a civil registry officer in communities where there is no notary). In this meeting, minutes must be taken, describing what happened at the meeting, the agreements reached and the approval of the by-laws. In addition, an extract must be drawn up, which is a summary page with the most relevant information of the new guild.
Examples of labor unions in Argentina
We understand that in a globalized world, trade union action must be expanded in order to guarantee not only the defense of wages and labor and trade union rights, but also to address a broader universe of demands.
In this sense, we are committed to the consolidation of a modern trade unionism that from a pragmatic, proactive and transforming action manages to ensure a sustainable future that guarantees the right of workers to join a society with full employment and without exclusions of any nature.
Types of guilds
Guild is a group of people who have the same trade or profession. In human history, guilds have existed almost from its beginnings and more especially since the first origins of civilization, when people began to specialize in certain social tasks: shepherds, weavers, potters, farmers, priests, doctors, etc..
Currently, professional associations and unions with compulsory membership are organized as guild corporations, as in the case of closed shop unions, as in the United States. Sometimes the word “guild” is used to refer to a “guild”.
Sometimes the word “guild” is used as a synonym for “union”, but strictly speaking “guild” is a broader term than “union”, since it covers all the persons working in that professional field, while the union is an association that covers only the persons who voluntarily decide to join it, even though it generally represents the guild as a whole.  The expression “trade union activity” refers to the actions and services for the benefit of the trade union, employers’ chambers, professional associations, mutual organizations and other trade associations. The term “trade union activity” refers to the actions and services performed by trade unions, employers’ chambers, professional associations, mutual organizations and other trade associations for the benefit of the trade.
Guilds in the new spain
In our case it is integrated by a representative from each of the 15 departmental committees of coffee growers. Its main functions are to orient and supervise the guild and administrative affairs, formulating policies and adopting the necessary measures to ensure the development and defense of coffee growing and its industry.
It is responsible for generating, adapting and transferring scientific and technological knowledge in accordance with the needs of coffee growers in the areas of production, harvesting and processing to ensure the sustainability and profitability of coffee growing. In addition, through the Departmental Committees of Coffee Growers it participates in the instances that set the development policies of the coffee zones with the active participation of the producers and their families within a profitable and ecologically sustainable framework.
In our case it is integrated by a representative from each of the 15 Departmental Committees of Coffee Growers. Its main functions are to orient and supervise the union and administrative affairs, formulating policies and adopting the necessary measures to ensure the development and defense of coffee growing and its industry.