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Davis, Mary; Dhaliwal, Sukhwant (2007)
Publisher: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, London Metropolitan University
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: dewey330
This research project has sought to conduct a preliminary investigation of two central frameworks we have identified within the British trade union movement for the recruitment and organising of Black workers: 1. those that fall within the remit of ‘Black self-organisation’ and 2. those that ascribe to the ‘community unionism’ model – notably ‘broad-based alliances’ between secular and religious organisations initiated primarily by the Citizen Organising Foundation.
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