Trade Unions and the multiple crisis of environment, society, economy and work

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Policy Study

21/12/2021

FEPS YAN Policy Study: Trade Unions and the multiple crisis of environment, society, economy and work

This policy study focuses on trade union approaches to the multiple crises in a sector critical for the sustainability transformation: aviation. Based on empirical research, the authors find that unions, under pressure to face contradictory and complex problems, take divergent positions on societal-environmental issues and their solutions – verging from social-ecological transformation-focused to defensive stances, also in their collaboration with social movements for change

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