Labour in the Global South: Challenges and Alternatives for Workers

  • Title: Labour in the Global South: Challenges and Alternatives for Workers
  • Author: MichelleWilliams Sarah Mosoetsa
  • ISBN: 9789221262381
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
  • Labour in the Global South Challenges and Alternatives for Workers Challenging the global North s dominance in the literature Labour in the Global South presents alternative approaches as well as creative responses to the challenges facing labour in the global South
    Challenging the global North s dominance in the literature, Labour in the Global South presents alternative approaches as well as creative responses to the challenges facing labour in the global South, in countries such as Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, India, South Africa and Uruguay The volume devotes particular attention to areas often neglected by organized labour thChallenging the global North s dominance in the literature, Labour in the Global South presents alternative approaches as well as creative responses to the challenges facing labour in the global South, in countries such as Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, India, South Africa and Uruguay The volume devotes particular attention to areas often neglected by organized labour the relationship between ecology, climate change and jobs unionizing service work the dynamics of trade union political party alliances gender and new forms of solidarity It brings together a group of distinguished labour scholars and practitioners who make an important advance with their rich empirical case studies.

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    About MichelleWilliams Sarah Mosoetsa


    1. Michelle Williams is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Political Studies at the University of Witwatersrand She has published on communism in South Africa and India, the solidarity economy, social movements, labour, and the growing area of scholarship comparing and connecting India and South Africa.


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