Reading materials

  1. Why unions matters (2009, Michael Yates)
  2. The labour movement and the internet (1996, Eric Lee)
  3. Climate change and labour: The need for a “just transition” (2010, ILO)
  4. Buruh bergerak: Membangun kesadaran kelas (2012, Andito Suwignyo) – silahkan kontak kantor FES Indonesia
  5. Global capital strategies and trade union responses: collective bargaining and transnational trade union cooperation
  6. Prinsip dasar tentang hak mogok (ILO)
  7. “ILO principles concerning the right to strike” (ILO)
  8. Repositioning of the Labor Movement (2009, Rekson Silaban)
  9. ILO principles concerning the right to strike (2000, ILO)
  10. Hak Mogok di Indonesia (2001, Aloysius Uwiyono)
  11. The Pursuit of Alternatives: Stories of Peoples’ Economic and Political Struggles Around the World by Melisa R. Serrano, Edlira Xhafa (Eds.), get the book, click here
  12. “Trade unions and the global crisis: Labour’s visions, strategies and responses” (2011, ILO)
  13. Campaigning online and Winning (2013, Eric Lee and Edd Mustill)
  14. Gender-based violence in the world of work: Overview and selected annotated bibliography 2011, ILO)
  15. WOMEN AND GENDER ISSUES IN TRADE UNIONS IN THE
    CAMBODIAN GARMENT INDUSTRY (2011, ILO)
  16. “Serikat Pekerja/Serikat Buruh menggunakan Internet, Situs Web dan Jaringan Media Sosial” (Indah Budiarti)
  17. Melaporkan pelanggaran hak pekerja/buruh ke ILO
  18. Perjanjian Kerja Bersama Untuk Kesejahteraan Buruh (Indah Budiarti)
  19. SERIKAT PEKERJA adalah ORGANISASI untuk melawan penindasan dan ketidakadilan (Indah Budiarti)
  20. Perundingan bersama: Standard ILO dan prinsip-prinsip Badan Pengawas (ILO)

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