Dignity and Daily Bread: New Forms of Economic Organising among Poor Women in the Third World and the First

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Subject Index
Africa, informal sector size 24
age of workers in free trade zones 79
agriculture:
defeminisation of labour 26 ;
wages 132 , 182
aid agencies 35
alliances with other groups 213 -16
alternative trading organisations 40 -1, 49 , 214
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) 37 -8
anarchism 164 -5
anarcho-communism/syndicalism 165
anti-alien movement, UK 174 -5, 182
anti-racism 201
anti-semitism, UK 174 , 177
anti-statism 164 , 187
Argentina:
GDP per capita 24 ;
textile industry homework 28
artisans:
India 136 ;
Italy 31
arts and crafts movement, UK 173 -4
Asia Partnership for Human Development (APHD) 76 , 77 -8, 82 , 86 , 88
Asian women in UK 195 , 200 -1
atypical work 3
Australia:
homework 210 ;
unions 209 -10

b
balance of trade of Tanzania 141
Benetton model 17 , 18
Benin, informal sector size 24
bidi see tobacco
black economy see clandestine economy
black women in West Yorkshire 200 , 201
Bolivia, GDP per capital 24
Bombay textile industry 53 - 72
Brazil, GDP per capita 24
Bristol textile industry 168
Buddhist organisations in Sri Lanka FTZs 92
Burkina Faso, informal sector 24
Burundi, informal sector size 24

c
Canada, unions 38
caste in India 33 , 115 , 117 , 122 -3
casualised work/casualisation 3 ;
growth of 14 - 31
casualised workers, organising of 31 - 42
centralisation of marketing 18
chain making 185
change agents, women as 4 - 5
child-care 26 , 104 , 105 ;
Mexico 105 , 110 ;
Tanzania 153 -4;
UK 175 , 213
children:
homework 27 , 28 -9;
informal sector 30 ;
prostitution 29
Chile, GDP per capital 24
Christian organisations:
Sri Lanka FTZs 91 -2;
UK 213
Christian Socialists 162 , 166 , 172
cigarettes see tobacco
civil rights see rights
clandestine economy 15 ;
and casualisation 27 -9
class:
India 138 ;
Mexico 102 -3
clothing see textiles
co-operation 25
co-operatives 116 , 211 -12;
India 32 , 121 , 125 , 127 -37;
Sabina Co-operative 131 -3, 134 , 135 , 136 ;
Saundarya Cleaners' Co-operative 134 -5;
Tanzania 151 -2;
UK 161 -6;
and unions 32 , 34 -6, 127 -37, 162 -3;
Vanraji Tree Growers' Co-operative 135 , 136 ;
worker based 32 -6;
see also womes's organisation

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