Mobilizing against Inequality por Lee H. Adler

Mobilizing against Inequality Lee H. Adler

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Among the many challenges that global liberalization has posed for trade unions, the growth of precarious immigrant workforces lacking any collective representation stands out as both a major threat to solidarity and an organizing opportunity. Believing that collective action is critical in the struggle to lift the low wages and working conditions of immigrant workers, the contributors to Mobilizing against Inequality set out to study union strategies toward immigrant workers in four countries: Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and United States. Their research revealed both formidable challenges and inspiring examples of immigrant mobilization that often took shape as innovative social countermovements. Using case studies from a carwash organizing campaign in the United States, a sans papiers movement in France, Justice for Cleaners in the United Kingdom, and integration approaches by the Metalworkers Union in Germany, among others, the authors look at the strategies of unions toward immigrants from a comparative perspective. Although organizers face a different set of obstacles in each country, this book points to common strategies that offer promise for a more dynamic model of unionism is the global North. Visit the website for the book, which features literature reviews, full case studies, updates, and links to related publications at

Acerca de Lee H. Adler

Lee H. Adler teaches public sector collective bargaining and public education law at the ILR School at Cornell University and represents public sector unions throughout New York State.

Acerca de Maite Tapia

Maite Tapia is Assistant Professor at the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University.

Acerca de Lowell Turner

Lowell Turner is Professor of International and Comparative Labor, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University. He is the author of Democracy at Work and Fighting for Partnership and coeditor of Rekindling the Movement: Labor’s Search for Relevance in the 21st Century, all from Cornell.

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Cornell University Press 2014
ISBN: 9780801470233
Idioma: Español
Formatos: epub PDF, disponible para Windows, Android, iOS y más

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