It is probable that this stabilisation is partly the result of some of the organising efforts of the past decade and that the decline may have been worse had the trade unions not made the investments and changes described above.
It held that privatization and deregulation and open capital markets promote economic development, that governments should balance budgets and fight inflation and do almost nothing else.
In this field, unions have in general either acted directly on their own behalf or they have worked with labour NGOs, partly created for that purpose. This resulted in a diluted and trivialized ideological and political heritage, priorities distorted through the Cold War, still-powerful trade union organizations but with leaderships geared to administering gains of earlier struggles rather than organizing and engaging in new struggles, and generally unquestioning in their acceptance of the ideology of social partnership and bereft of political imagination; and a rank-and- file educated to bureaucratic routine and passivity.
Most trade unions are happy to be supportive of progressive employer policies, but strongly reject being tied to particular employer-led agenda.
Across the trade union, membership is up by about 2. In Octoberthe union and other staff unions signed a memorandum of understanding with the government and called off the industrial action.
Whether it will develop faster and in greater depth than co-operation between NGOs and organized business and with individual companies, remains to be seen. A Dictionary of Modern Politics. This has happened partly because of a decline in political capacity and competence, and partly because of the perception that a division of tasks existed in the labour movement and that specialized agencies would take care of single issues.
But the labour movement that re-emerged under these conditions was not the prewar labour movement. Sincethe CCC has expanded to other European countries. First in under President Ibrahim Babangida and the second inunder the regime of Sani Abacha.
Some are so powerful that they can hold the government to ransom, either by crippling the economy or paralysing service delivery in strategic areas. An earlier section described the ways trade unions and NGOs are different.
The results seem to be impressive thus far, with the union growing fromtomembers in the past four years. The central focus includes a corporate headquarters for management and employees, and possibly a core labour force of highly skilled technicians.
In JuneASUU ordered its members in federal and state universities nationwide to proceed on an indefinite strike over disagreements with the Federal Government on an agreement it reached with the union about two and a half years earlier.
Co-operation therefore always depends on a specific convergence of objectives and on a compatibility of approach and modus operandi between specific partners. The industrial culture was not friendly to women. The effect is however not as far-fetched as its university counterpart, ASUU.
The way society develops depends on the shift in global power relations resulting from this struggle. Campaigning for trade union recognition, Routledge, This paper explores issues arising in relations between trade unions and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
although unions, by the nature of the constituency to which they are immediately accountable, their membership, have more limited choices so far as their strategy is concerned. NGOs wishing to act in the public interest are.
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