Trade unions and labour issues in Africa

Cosatu decent work for all MarchIt has become increasingly important to address Africa’s applauded growth from a labour perspective and to re-affirm trade unions an labour movements as important actors for development. Therefore the collaborative on Trade Unions and Labour Issues in Africa has been created. Building on eight country context studies commissioned by CNV International (Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea, Madagascar, Niger, Senegal, South Africa and Togo) the research group aims at creating an edited volume on “Trade Unions and Labour Issues in Africa Today”.

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About this project

Project type: 
Collaborative group
Part of the following research theme(s): 
2013 to 2015
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External affiliates

Roos Keja (independent consultant)
Huib Huyse (HIVA)