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Stretching solidarity: unions, caring and organising

9 May 2014
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The possibility of unions becoming an engine of widespread social activism by acting in the interests of others may seem remote in the current Australian context. Unions are more often in the public eye for acting against the interests of their own members. But unions remain the strongest protection against a decline into dog-eat-dog industrial relations. So what kinds of leaders, strategies and goals should unions have, to fulfil these instrumental and broader goals, asks Merrindahl Andrew. Read her article (60) in the Australian Review of Public Affairs. Title: In the Interests of Others: Organizations and Social Activism Publisher: Princeton University Press Date Published: 2013 Author/s: John S. Ahlquist and Margaret Levi

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English
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2014
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