Query : travail militant
- Aldrin, Philippe2
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- Al Dahdah, Marine,1
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- Amossé, Thomas1
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On Abortion of Laia Abril: analysis of a visual project in favour of the right to abortion
On Abortion is a visual project where Laia Abril describes the abortion event less than the consequences and risks of women’s lack of access to this procedure. The artist collected numerous testimonies from women who had been confronted with the need to interrupt pregnancy in an environment where th...
Tensions in the work of activist organisations: the example of grassroots trade union work in Belgium
For a trade union delegate, ‘campaigning on a daily basis’ takes place on multiple fronts. It is also at this operational level that the challenges of the militant ‘organisational work’ that this article specifically addresses. He reported on this on the basis of the results of a wide-ranging resear...
Trade unions in search of renewal — Trajectives and trade union experiences of young activists from Union Syndicale Solidaires In: Dominique Lhuilier and Hélène Meynaud, ‘Le travail syndical’ (Dossier)
The issue of generational renewal is now passing through all trade unions. Concerns about the low level of unionisation, the lack of a trade union and political culture among young people, the lack of mention is reflected in many of the speeches of trade union leaders and activists. Not only do thes...
Observation of a working class activist group
Based on fieldwork carried out with unionized railway workers, this contribution concerns certain stakes in ethnographic work conducted with activist groups. While activist socialization is most often studied after the fact – that is, based on interviews where activists recount their history and mot...
Sexualised political socialisation: learning about political practices and gender norms among young activists· e· s
This article explores the differentiated inclusion of women and men in the process of political socialisation in groups of young activists, in order to inform the exclusion of women from leadership positions and eligible positions in political parties. The research presented shows, on the one hand,...
Report on the work of Pauline Barraud de Lagerie, Les patrons de la titre. From corporate social responsibility to due diligence
This book on “Corporate Social Responsibility” focuses on the genesis of a right. It examines the origins of the law of 27 March 2017 on the duty of care of parent companies, often large international groups, and donor companies, often located in countries with low wages and very poor working condit...
From the citizens’ initiative to the institutional partnership
In France, the scope of social action is an area of public service characterised by the involvement of actors from both the public and private sectors. For example, associations governed by the Law of 1 July 1901 can also perform public service tasks by means of partnerships and agreements with the...
in recent years, the participatory “2.0” web shift has fostered the emergence of a variety of practices for the exchange of goods or services, the re-circulation of used goods, the optimisation of the use of durable goods, or the collective production of information coordinated by the digital tool....
Be “pro” of the cause of foreigners. Survey in a local group of CIMADE
Based on a field survey carried out in a local CIMADE group located in an average city in the province, this chapter questions the concept of professionalisation with regard to a specific form of work that is usually invisible: advocacy and voluntary work. The observations show that the militant wor...
Activist worker’s responses to tensions in hybrid organizations : the case of solidarity economy
The current period is seeing a growing proportion of "activist" workers who have expressly chosen their occupation in response to the need to defend collective interests and provide solutions to social and environmental problems. They hope to find in the so-called "hybrid organizations" combining ma...
Isabelle Bruno, Emmanuel Didier, Benchmarking. The State under statistical pressure
This book focuses on a phenomenon of widespread presence, which remains largely mysterious: benchmarking. On the basis of this objective, he proposed a stimulating reading of the current changes in the organisation of work in the civil service. In the militant tone, but with undeniable scientific ri...
Militant use of expertise. Management organisations in the face of suffering at work
From Genesis to disintegration: The crisis of the political- religious field in Tripoli, Lebanon (1967-2011)
After the assassination of Rafiq Hariri (14 February 2005) and the Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon (April 2005), Hariri’s son, Sa‘d, attempted to federate a national Sunni political public mobilised against Syria, Hizbullah, and Iran. The study argues that Hariri failed to mobilize the different comp...
Giving birth in an “alternative” way in France and Italy
The pregnancy and birth as they take place in medical areas in Western Europe have been the subject of highly critical analyses and experiments since “the 68s”. The article engages in a dialogue between two empirical studies examining the so-called “alternative” births introduced in France and Italy...
BENAZZI (Natale), D’AMICO (Matteo), The Black Book of the Inquisition: the major trials
This book is not intended to be scientific work in the sense that it would provide the reader with a fresh study on the Inquisition Court, from sources previously unexplored. To repeat the words of his prefacier Jean-Pierre Dedieu, this is a ‘militant book’, which belongs to the kind of literature k...
Entreprise de légitimation et de délégitimation des savoirs scolaires et « de terrain » dans l’univers du travail social
This text draws from the observation of social workers’ practices, of what they say about them and of their relationship to forms of knowledge drawn from school and their field practice. Two groups among others are examined: clinical and militant social workers. The first group, almost exclusively m...
A Tentative Framework for the Philosophy of the Canadian Labour Movement
The philosophy of the Canadian labour movement is examined in the light of the three stages which characterize the pattern of union growth. The author shows how youthful years idealism gave way to a pragmatic philosophy over the last two decades.
An intermediary in daily life: “ibContinuum”/ib between neighbourhood life, counter policy and mobilisations in Mexico City
“titrebSummary”/titrebThis article explores the central role of the small hands of politics in Mexico City, building local but also national political ties in and from the neighbourhood. The author proposes the concept of an intermediary in everyday life: an inhabitant of the neighbourhood who, thro...
Ali Boumendjel. A French case, an Algerian story
In March 1957, the press announces the death of a ‘small Muslim lawyer’: “Who killed Maître Boumendjel?” France Observer title. Questions are raised about false suicide. But what did this ‘moderate’ do in the hands of the ‘paras’? Why was he murdered, as General Aussaresses will recognise in his mem...
Wealth of a category: suffering at work among occupational physicians
for about ten years, occupational physicians have used the category of ‘suffering at work’ to refer to what they consider to be new occupational diseases. This article proposes to analyse the spread in occupational medicine of this category, which reveals the influence of psychology, the psychodynam...
Political and aesthetical history of Theatre of the oppressed in France from its origins until the 1990s
Far from the mythic and fragmented image of Theatre of the oppressed, this study intends to bring to light the ongoing processes in the development of this praxis developed by the Brazilian director Augusto Boal. Systematically considered as both a theory (the poetics of the oppressed) and a practic...
Participation politique des Égyptiens résidant en France : vers la construction d’une citoyenneté en migration ?
Rural women in the face of patriarchal colonial history in Brazil
This article analyses the conditions of politicisation of rural women in their relationship to land, as a territory, as an object of work and care. On the basis of a socio-historical approach, the rural women movement is captured in its links with the struggles for past and present land. Based on th...
The bosses of the following: from corporate social responsibility to due diligence
France enacted a due diligence law in March 2017 to oblige large companies to prevent serious violations of human rights and the environment in their supply chain. The author tracks the origins of this law, describing the actions of militant movements to improve working conditions among suppliers.
How is precarious work of auxiliary nurses and political mobilisation for the survival of public mental health work in Brazil?
in Brazil, several municipalities are turning to sub-contracting to meet their mental health workforce needs. The case of auxiliary nurses in the network of the city of Campinas makes it possible to grasp the impact of these transformations on precarious workers. The work and mobilisation of 16 auxi...