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Trades Union Congress (Ghana) and Internal Democracy: An Essential Component for Social Engagement

African Labour Research Network (ALRN) | May 22, 2003

By Akua O. Britwum
African Labour Research Network (ALRN)

Trade unions in Africa should lead the process for developing alternatives that their governments adopt and implement in the pursuit for social change that will take their countries out the present state of dependence. This paper examines the strength of Trade unions in Africa in engaging African governments on economic policy—NEPAD being one such example.

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