No Borders, No Boundaries: Organizational Changes, Strategic Innovations and Prospects for a Global Labour Movement

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: Booth 41
RC44 Labor Movements (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Michele FORD, University of Sydney, Australia, Michael GILLAN, The University of Western Australia, Australia and Jamie MCCALLUM, Middlebury College, USA
National Terrains and Transnational Articulations: Global Labor's Evolving Architecture Under Late Neoliberalism (Oral Presentation)
Peter B. EVANS, University of California-Berkeley, USA

Breaking through or Locked in? Global Unions and Their Institutional Articulation with Trade Unions in Asia (Oral Presentation)
Michele FORD, University of Sydney, Australia; Michael GILLAN, The University of Western Australia, Australia

Can International Framework Agreements Facilitate Transnational Labor Cooperation? (Oral Presentation)
Cesar ROSADO MARZAN, IIT-Chicago-Kent College of Law, USA; Cesar ROSADO, IIT-Chicago-Kent College of Law, USA

Meeting the Challenge of Global Corporate Power: A Strategy for Global Unionism (Oral Presentation)
Michael FICHTER, Global Labour University, Germany

New General Unions: Trade Union Mergers and Labour Movement Renewal in Canada (Distributed Paper)
Christopher HUXLEY, Trent University, Canada

Transnational Labor Collaboration: Mexican Union's Perspectives and Experiences (Distributed Paper)
Sarah HERNANDEZ, New College of Florida, USA

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