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LabourStart’s Online Campaigning Story

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Orsan Senalp
1st February 2013


Campaigning Online and WinningLabourStart has 15 years of experience running online campaigns in partnership with trade unions around the world. This new book serves as an introduction to LabourStart’s campaigning work, and brings together some of our success stories.

Campaigning Online and Winning: 

How LabourtStart’s ActNOW Campaigns Are Making Unions Stronger

Authored by Eric Lee, Edd Mustill

 

LabourStart has 15 years of experience running online campaigns in partnership with trade unions around the world. This book serves as an introduction to LabourStart’s campaigning work, and brings together some of our success stories. We have worked with our brothers and sisters around the world to help get union reps reinstated, get activists out of prison, give support to striking and locked-out workers, and mobilise international support to fight against the union-busting designs of governments and multinationals. These experiences provide invaluable lessons for any trade unionists who want to use online tools to strengthen their struggles in the workplace.

About the author:
Eric Lee is the founding editor of LabourStart, the news and campaigning website of the international trade union movement. He is the author of “The Labour Movement and the Internet: The New Internationalism” (1996) and several other books.

Edd Mustill works as an intern at LabourStart.

Publication Date: dec 19 2012
ISBN/EAN13: 1481804448 / 9781481804448
Page Count: 64
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5.06″ x 7.81″
Language: English
Color: Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories: Political Science / Labor & Industrial Relations

 

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