Essays by 10 writers from around the world about migrant workers' rising consciousness of their rights and ability to assert those rights in a global economy that seems to place all power in the hands of mega-corporations. From tobacco workers in North Carolina to Vietnamese domestic workers in Taiwan and the network of organizations that support them, a movement is emerging that will pose a growing challenge to neoliberal rule. 136 pages. Published in December 2016. Click here to learn more and order your copy.
A collection of 19 essays by Dan Gallin, the former general secretary of the Geneva-based International Union of Foodworkers (IUF). The essays include two autobiographical articles, three pieces from the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the remainder from the last two decades. Gallin writes about a broad range of issues including the Algerian revolution, the French Left, Victor Serge, Scandinavian social democracy, the international labour movement, domestic work, the informal sector and much more. Often controversial, always interesting, this is essential reading for social change activists, trade unionists and everyone on the left. 262 pages. Published in May 2014. Click here to learn more and order your copy.
In May 2013 we published The Global Labour Movement: An Introduction, a 100 page guide to the international trade union movement.
It's essential reading for all trade unionists in an age of globalization.
This book is also available in French.
The book costs only $5.99 / £3.99 -- order several for your union.
In early 2013 we published a book - Campaigning Online and Winning - telling the inspiring stories of how our campaigns have made unions stronger.
The book costs only $4.99 / £2.99 -- order several for your union!
And available in French (paperback only) for Euros 4.06.