First published in 1999, this volume aims to examine the extent to which such a partnership has been developed between women workers and trade unions, with a comparative emphasis. Jennifer Curtin analyses how women trade unionists have sought to make trade union structures and policy agendas more inclusive of the interests of women workers in four countries: Australia, Austria, Israel and Sweden.
1. Introduction. 2. Identifying Women-Inclusive Strategies. 3. Australia. 4. Austria. 5. Israel. 6. Sweden. 7. Concluding with Comparisons.
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