0 Hits


Labour Organising under Authoritarian Regimes

Herausgegeben von Claire Ceruti

Nomos,  2022, 124 Pages

ISBN 978-3-98542-035-3

Our continuation service: You will receive new series titles or new editions automatically and without obligation to purchase. If you wish to do so, you can mark it in the shopping cart.

The work is part of the series Labor and Globalization (Volume 26)
34,00 € incl. VAT
Also available as eBook
0,00 € free of charge
Add to shopping cart
Add to notepad
 Further options for registered users

englischThis collection provides the history and background necessary to understand authoritarianism in countries ranging from Russia to eSwatini and from Brazil to the Philippines, as well as conceptual lenses for understanding authoritarianism and resistance to it, specific practical experiences of establishing international solidarity and debates emerging from that imperative. Its chapters cover the convergence of politics with the organisation of labour under authoritarianism, the use of labour laws and institutions to suppress labour, alternatives to conventional trade unions where unions are co-opted or banned, and the treatment of refugees in unequal labour markets. This book will appeal to labour activists, scholars and workers everywhere.


With contributions by

Cecilia Brighi, Ramon Certeza, Claire Ceruti, Frank Hoffer, Elaine Sio-ieng Hui, Can Kaya, Başak Kocadost, Svetlana Kolganova, Kaye Liang, Lizaveta Merliak, Christopher Siu Tat Mung, Moreblessing Nyambara, Yury Ravavoi, Melisa Serrano, Fundizwi Sikhondze, Fundizwi Sikhondze, Jana K. Silverman, Verna Dinah Q. Viajar and Khaing Zar Aung.

Find reading samples of the current title in PDF format here:
Find the cover of the current title in PDF format here:
Find further material on the current title in PDF format here: