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Reports on the trade union movement in the Pacific Islands 1981-1997 [microform]
Bib ID 2461820
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Australian Council of Trade Unions
 
Access Conditions Available for reference 
Description 1981-1997 
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. 
Series

PMB (Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau) ; 1195.

Summary

Contents: 1. Jim Falk (University of Wollongong), A New Force in the Nuclear Conflict: the Birth of the Pacific Trade Union Forum, Jun 1981. Ts., p/c, 32pp. 2. Michael Hamel-Green (People for Nuclear Disarmament), The Second Pacific Trade Union Forum Conference, Noumea, New Caledonia, 26-28 September 1982. 3. A report on the background, proceedings and outcome of the conference, 1982. Ts., p/c, 22pp. 4. Michael Easson (Assistant Secretary of the Labor Council of NSW), Left and Labor in the Pacific. Contribution to Hoover Institute, Stanford University, Seminar on 'The Red Orchestra in the Pacific', n.d. Ts., p/c, 65pp. 5. R. Hogan (Victorian State Secretary, Federated Miscellaneous Workers Union), Report to ACTU Executive on Pacific Trade Union Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand, May 18-May 20, 1986, 3 Mar 1987. Ts., p/c, 35pp plus attachments.

Contents continued: 6. Raghwan (Education Officer, ICFTU/APRO Pacific Office), ICFTU/APRO Education Project, Brisbane, Australia. (a) Report, Proceedings and Recommendations of the ICFTU/APRO Pacific Education Project Review and Planning Workshop, 26-18th April, 1989; (b) Conclusion of Steering Committee Meeting of the South Pacific and Oceanic Council of Trade Unions (SPOCTU), 28th April , 1989. Ts., p/c, c. 60pp. 7. Minutes of the ICFTU/APRO Pacific Structure Steering Committee meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 28 Apr 1989. Ts., 6pp.

Contents continued: 8. Michael Kinnane (Executive Officer, South Pacific and Oceanic Council of Trade Unions), Trade Unions in the Island Countries of the South Pacific Region: an overview, Jan 1990. Ts., p/c, 7pp., plus attachments. 9. Michael Kinnane (Executive Officer, South Pacific and Oceanic Council of Trade Unions), Trade Unions in the South Pacific: some observations, 4 Sep 1990. Ts., 12pp. 10. Pratap Chand, Ken Douglas & Bill Mansfield (South Pacific Union Development Program Steering Committee), Review of the South Pacific Union Program, May 1997. Ts., 30pp.

Notes

Original held by Mr Alan Matheson, International Officer, Australian Council of Trade Unions, Lvel 2, 393 Swanston St., Melbourne Victoria 3000.

Reproduction Microfilm. Canberra, A.C.T. : Produced for the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University. 1 microfilm reel. 
Index/Finding Aid Note Printed reel list available (1 p.) and on the internet through http://rspas.anu.edu.au/pambu/ 
Subjects Australian Council of Trade Unions.  |  Labor unions -- Islands of the Pacific.
Time Coverage 1981-1987 
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau

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