NTUI is committed to build solidarity among working people based on the commonality of interest and tolerance for all beliefs and faiths and strive for ideals of secularism. NTUI also believes in the promotion of organisation of unorganised labour on the basis of the unity of interest at the industrial or sectoral level. It also opposes aggression, promotes peaceful coexistence between countries, and calls for elimination of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. It strives to secure legislation, policies and practices to actualise internationally accepted human and labour rights, eliminate authoritarian and feudal institutions, practices and values and promote labour rights, democratic values, the dignity of labour and equality at the workplace and in society. In doing so, NTUI believes that it is essential to associate with non-union organisations that share the broad aims and objectives of NTUI and contribute effectively to unionisation, collective bargaining, and campaigns. Given this understanding NTUI, since its founding, has been committed to advancing not only its trade union alliances but also building social alliances with social movements and people’s organisations.