|List of illustrations ||vii|
|Sheila Rowbotham and |
|1On organising women in casualised work: a global overview||14|
|2Women in the Bombay cotton textile industry, 1919-1940||53|
|3The conditions and organisational activities of women in Free Trade Zones: Malaysia, Philippines and Sri Lanka, 1970-1990||73|
|4Weaving dreams, constructing realities: the Nineteenth of September National Union of Garment Workers in Mexico||100|
|5Self-Employed Women's Association: organising women by struggle and development||114|
|6Deindustrialisation and the growth of women's economic associations and networks in urban Tanzania||139|
|Aili Mari Tripp|
|7Strategies against sweated work in Britain, 1820-1920||158|
|8Homework in West Yorkshire||193|
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Book title: Dignity and Daily Bread: New Forms of Economic Organising among Poor Women in the Third World and the First.
Contributors: Sheila Rowbotham - Editor, Swasti Mitter - Editor.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1994.
Page number: v.
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