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Tanguy (Lucie), Les Instituts du Travail. Trade union training at the University from 1955 to the present day
Il existe aujourd’hui en France onze Instituts du travail qui forment, dans un cadre universitaire mais en réel partenariat avec les confédérations ouvrières, les syndicalistes appelés à des fonctions de responsabilité ou de représentation. Leur création est déjà ancienne. Une formation de conseille...
History of the Grenoble Gantry ‘School’ (around 1890-around 1920). Attempts to teach men into the profession of gantier
The ethnic enclave paradox: Economic interpersonal and attempts to mobilise trade unions
International audience Drawing on an ethnographic study on Chinese workers’ integration into the French trade union CGT (2009-2014), this article analyzes the shifting boundaries of the “community” through the constant negotiation of informal work, regularization, and resistance. Whereas the economi...
NAFTA, Social Unionism, and Labour Movement Power in Canada and the United States
This paper considers how the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is likely to affect labour movement power in Canada and the United States. The paper is divided into four parts. It first defines the concept of « labour movement power », breaking it down into its component parts. It next cons...
International Maritime Labour Market. The Building of a Legal Framework
Maritime labour markets were initially formed on a national level to provide the nation-states manpower needs for, specially in the military context of the struggle for the seas domination within colonial Europe. With the decolonization, new maritime states could accede to the fiscally and socially...
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Forces Influencing the American Labor Movement, Past, Present and Future
It seems appropriate for students of industrial relations to look back on the events of the last thirty years to see what where the major influences shaping the labor movement over this time and to look ahead a decade or so and speculate on the major issues which will have to be faced by labor in th...
Communication authorisation as a ritual product of the collective union
If the metaphor of training of a communicational habitus allowed to focus the variety of course of communication at the I.R.T., its huge temporality corresponds to the reality of short training courses. But it could attempted through unional specificity of these training courses and through the deep...
Training of CFTC-CFDT managers: from “collective promotion” to securing activist pathways (1950-2010)
`titrebModes of training at the CFDT: from “collective advancement” to securing individuals’ trajectories, 1950-2000`/titrebThe CFDT has always given great importance to labour education in order to strengthen union identity and cohesion and develop union efficiency. These two goals have evolved fol...
Analyse students’ engagement at university on the basis of innovative teaching on speaking
Training and trade union identity at CFE-CGC
As a tool of transmission of values, know-how, even social-skills, training allows to shed light on trade union commitment and militant socialization. As an instrument of legitimization, it uncovers the “effects of rhetoric”, and the gap between confederate speeches and the practices as well. The st...
Legislation on labour relations in Canada and C.P. 1003
This paper analyzes the relationship between Australian trade unions and their non-English-speaking-background female members. In particular, it examines the level of services provided by unions to these members, the extent of participation of these unionists in their union and the industrial priori...
Mental health and trade union activism (discussion text about research to be done)
This article aims at assessing the problem of mental health for people involved in varied functions in syndical organizations. The author based their reflexion on a certain number of observations obtained while intervening with some permanent workers, formation agents and syndical officers. In this...
Soi’s company of the banking agents: resistance to deprofessionalisation and the need for employability: a study using the professional identity of bank establishment staff responsible for the allocation of credits Not communicated
In free market society, bank business is become « bank insurance », has linked investment activities and retail banking and has strongly increased its business strategies. In the same time, and like in every firm, working conditions of the employees in banks have changed. Outstanding skills are requ...
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Activist readings in Liberation Workers in the 1970s: between appropriations and resistance
Jalon d’une nouvelle recherche visant à appréhender la place de la lecture à la fois dans l’engagement mais aussi dans l’univers culturel de militants/militantes ouvriers, cette communication vise à montrer l’intérêt d’une approche privilégiant les « parcours bibliographiques de militants ». D’une p...
Education research in the work of the Henri Aigueperse Centre
`!-- Début du contenu @xml:lang="en" --bWhen launching the Centre d’Histoire Sociale in 1986, FEN was the first national trade union to have a training and research body. In 1997, it became the Centre Henri Aigueperse and surprisingly has only recently begun to address educational and pedagogical i...
ATD Fourth World and the School: study of an activist speech
Educating Labour’s Professionals
This study examines the nature of education and training for full-time union staff and officials in Canada and explores some of the factors that affect such provision. It was designed to complement similar studies of other countries and to contribute to more general discussions of labour education....
This is always a question of rights
This article describes the main concerns and claims underlying the efforts of the CEQ's committee on the status of women from its creation in 1973 to the present. The author uses this historical review to show how a committee on the status of women operating within a union can help an organization g...
Nathalie Ethuin and Karel Yon (Dir.), The trade union style factory. The training of employees’ representatives in France (1945-2010)
« Le syndicalisme est mort » s’écriait la minorité anarcho-syndicaliste lors du premier congrès de la CGTU célébrant, en 1922, la victoire d’une conception réformiste et politique de l’organisation. Combien, depuis lors, se sont-ils faits prophètes de l’inéluctable destin funeste du syndicalisme ? S...
New employee expression schemes and trade union representation in companies
Journée d’études organisée par le DIM GESTES, l’IRISSO et le Réseau thématique Relations professionnelles (RT18) de l’AFS Le vendredi 1er avril 2016 à Paris Avec la participation (sous réserve) de Livia SCHELLER (CRTD Cnam) sur la Naissance de la fonction de « référent » chez les opérateurs et les c...
Going into action : professional socialisation and socialisation to collective action of beginner teachers in the French public general and technological secondary education
Teachers are a mobilised group with a strong tradition of collective action. However, this legacy is currently challenged by socio-demographic and generational change in a context where educational system is going through important institutional transformations. Although recent studies have insisted...
Union leaders regard communication as an issue because of its strategically important effect on militant action. The author questions the contents and pedagogical appropriateness of a popular method of self-confrontation called autoscopy as part of current adult education programs. Contrary to its d...
Union Assimilation of the Ergonomics Approach and the Transformation of Social Relations
A large-scale project to introduce a participatory ergonomics approach into one hundred health care establishments in France was conducted by a hospital sector union. The project took the form of ergonomics training provided to union delegates to committees responsible for health, safety and working...
Technocratic illusion. Collective bargaining and labour policy in Italian state-owned enterprises (years 1950-1990)
This article deals with a little-known aspect of employer unionism, i.e. the personnel management strategies of state-owned enterprises and their impact on collective bargaining. Drawing on a large corpus of archive material, it focuses on the case of the employers’ organisation for Italian state-ow...