From the workers' movement to the anti-globalisation movement

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Editor of the revue Management et Conjoncture Sociale

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Daniel LABBÉ

Consultant en relations sociales

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Christophe AGUITON

Founding member of SUD-PTT and AC!, In charge of international relations, ATTAC

Seminar Guest speakers | Thursday June 7, 2001

The Seattle demonstrations in 1999 as well as the Global Social Forum in Porto Alegre in 2001 are signs of the growing importance of opposition to current forms of globalisation. France is strongly represented within this movement. What are the principles of its action and the aims of the new militant movement ? What are the trade unionist, political and associative components of this movement ? What is there in common between the different groups SUD, AC! and ATTAC ? What is the driving force of this new ‘International’ on the more established organisations, such as the CGT (French Trade Union) ? What are the consequences of its actions for companies ? Should we translate this emergence as a new form of extremism with limited demands, or as a renewal of social dialogue ?

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This session was published in issue n°34 of the Journal de l'École de Paris du management, entitled La négociation sociale.

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