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Interface, Vol 4, No 2 (Nov 2012): For the Global Emancipation of Labour: New Movements and Struggles Around Work, Workers and Precarity

Interface, Vol 4, No 2 (Nov 2012): For the Global Emancipation of Labour: New Movements and Struggles Around Work, Workers and Precarity

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I n t er f a ce: 
a journal for and about social movements ContentsVolume 4 (2): i - iv (November 2012)
 
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Interface volume 4 issue 2
 
For the global emancipation of labour:new movements and struggles around work, workersand precarity
 
Interface: 
a journal for and about social movementsVolume 4 issue 2 (November 2012)ISSN 2009 – 2431Table of contents (pp. i – iv)Editorial
Peter Waterman, Alice Mattoni, Elizabeth Humphrys, Laurence Cox, AnaMargarida Esteves,
 For the global emancipation of labour: new movements and struggles around work, workers and precarity
(pp. 1 – 14)
For the global emancipation of labour
 Wolfgang Schaumberg,
 Development in China and Germany: another world is possible? 
(action note,pp. 15 – 21)
 
Dae-Oup Chang,
The neoliberal rise of East Asia and social movements of labour: four momentsand a challenge
(peer reviewed article, pp. 22 - 51)Joe Sutcliffe,
 Labour movements in the global South: a prominent role in struggles against neo-liberal globalisation? 
(action note, pp. 52 – 60)
 
Stefania Barca,
On working-class environmentalism: a historical and transnational overview
(peer reviewed article, pp. 61 – 80)Nora Räthzel and David Uzzell,
 Mending the breach between labour and nature: environmental engagementsof trade unions and the North-South divide
(article, pp. 81 – 100)
 
 
I n t er f a ce: 
a journal for and about social movements ContentsVolume 4 (2): i - iv (November 2012)
 
ii
Melanie Kryst,
Coalitions of labor unions and NGOs: the room for maneuver of the German
Clean Clothes Campaign
 
(peer reviewed article, pp. 101 - 129)
 
Jean Faniel,
Trade unions and the unemployed: towards a dialectical approach
(peerreviewed article, pp. 130 - 157)
 
Martine D’Amours, Guy Bellemare and Louise Briand,
Grasping new forms of unionism: the case of childcare services in Quebec
(peerreviewed article, pp. 158 - 180) Annalisa Murgia and Giulia Selmi,
“Inspire and conspire”: Italian precarious workers between self-organizationand self-advocacy
(peer reviewed article, pp. 181 - 196)
 
 Alberto Arribas Lozano,
 Sobre la precariedad y sus fugas. La experiencia de las Oficinas de Derechos Sociales
(peer reviewed article, pp. 197 - 229)
 
Franco Barchiesi,
 Liberation of, through, or from work? Postcolonial Africa and the problemwith “job creation” in the global crisis
(peer reviewed article, pp. 230 – 253)
 
Elise Thorburn,
 A common assembly: multitude, assemblies, and a new politics of the common
(peer reviewed article, pp. 254 - 279)
 
Godfrey Moase,
 A new species of shark: towards direct unionism
(action note, pp. 280 - 295)
 
Nicolás Somma,
The Chilean student movement of 2011 – 2012: challenging the marketizationof education
(event analysis, pp. 296 - 309)
 
Tristan Partridge,
Organizing process, organizing life: collective responses to precarity in Ecuador
(action note, pp. 310 - 316)
 
Peter Waterman,
 An emancipatory global labour studies is necessary! On rethinking the global labour movement in the hour of furnaces
(article, pp. 317 - 368)
 

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