The working-class history of the Caribbean as a whole

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Beleaguered Unions Plan Survival Strategy
By Bert Wilkinson, IPS, 15 January 1996. Caribbean Congress of Labour (CCL) looks nervously at what NAFTA has done to jobs in developed economies.
Discrimination and restrictions on the right to strike need to be remedied
ICFTU OnLine..., 6 June 2001. Excessive limitations on the right to strike for many employees, evident workplace discrimination, and non co-operation with the ILO are among the findings of the ICFTU in a new report on six members of the Organisation of East Caribbean States (OECS)
Caribbean workers may move freely within Caricom by month-end
The Barbados Advocate, Friday August 22 2003. The ability for Caribbean workers to move and work freely within CARICOM without work permits should be a reality by month end. According to the head of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) unit, five categories of persons will benefit from the development as the region moves towards CSME status.
CUT Wants Better Deal For Teachers
Barbados Daily Nation, Thursday 28 August 2003. Immediate past president of the Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT) Colin Greene, made a passionate plea for improved working conditions for school teachers in the region in the feature address at the official opening of the 31st biennial conference of the CUT held in St Vincent and the Grenadines recently.