The Caribbean Social Justice Agenda
This book is committed to the issues related to social justice in the Caribbean, and seeks to increase dialogue among practitioners, unions, labor activists, academics, policy-makers and other individuals from across the social sciences and humanities. It is purposely multidisciplinary in orientation, intending to cover issues related to work, workers, labor, and related topics, as well as social, organizational and institutional aspects of work and industrial relations.
This publication aims to set the tone for discourse on a wide range of issues related to the future of work and sustainable Caribbean development, social justice, industrial relations, governance systems, social protection, social dialogue, cooperatives and community empowerment, the future of education, migration and security, among others, nationally, and regionally. This work represents contemporary scholarly contributions from researchers presenting original and innovative research that contribute to the theory, practice and public policy dimensions of work, migration, labor, industrial relations, and related issues.