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Type Journal Article - Research Notes and Communications
Title Labour Rights and Globalization in India: Challenges for the Trade Union Movement in India
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Volume 57
Issue 2
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2014
Page numbers 317-329
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Abstract
Even as the labour policy debate has been dominated by the employer-driven
labour flexibility reform agenda, the labour rights discourse has been sidelined.
Hence during the post-reform period, trade unions face enormous challenges on
all fronts, ranging from the ideological to the operational. These challenges,
however, offer tremendous opportunities to trade unions, as they can re-formulate
their agenda and restructure their movement to achieve broader goals.

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