Apresentação: repertórios políticos nas lutas trabalhistas transnacionais e as novas formas de governança trabalhista global

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https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2021.186450

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Lutas trabalhistas transnacionais, Mundo do trabalho, Governança trabalhista global, Regulação sociolaboral

Resumo

Apesar de as preocupações em torno do salário e da elevação da qualidade de vida da classe trabalhadora terem adquirido uma centralidade histórica nos reportórios de luta desenhados em escala nacional, a ambição de solidariedade internacionalista e de emancipação das formas de organização coletiva dos trabalhadores constituiu sempre um fim em si mesmo. À luz dos tempos atuais, trata-se de uma ambição que pode ser testemunhada no modo como as tendências de globalização e neoliberalismo contemporâneo reclamam respostas adequadas e organizadas, de partilha de experiências, de contributos para novas formas de governança global, mais justas e dignificantes. E igualmente de novas aprendizagens para os protagonistas clássicos do mundo do trabalho. Ao reunir contributos de especialistas internacionais sobre o mundo do trabalho, provenientes de distintos contextos nacionais e filiações disciplinares, este dossiê cumpre esse propósito de debate crítico, apoiado em experiências concretas. Aqui se encontram contributos sobre solidariedades regionais e redes sindicais, processos de regulamentação política, planejamento econômico global, transição climática, formas de organização laboral transnacional, trabalho informal, relações Norte e Sul, trabalho na economia de plataforma ou processos de comunicação digital.

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Biografia do Autor

Leonardo Mello e Silva, Universidade de São Paulo

Professor of sociology at the University of São Paulo

Elísio Estanque, Universidade de Coimbra

Associated professor at the Faculty of Economics and senior researcher at Centre for Social Sciences (CES), University of Coimbra. His main fields of interest are: Social movements, Labor relations and trade unionism; Sociology of organizations; Sociology of inequalities and social classes. 

Hermes Augusto Costa, Universidade de Coimbra

Associated professor at the Faculty of Economics and researcher at the Centre for Social Sciences (CES), University of Coimbra.

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2021-08-16

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Silva, L. M. e ., Estanque, E., & Costa, H. A. (2021). Apresentação: repertórios políticos nas lutas trabalhistas transnacionais e as novas formas de governança trabalhista global. Tempo Social, 33(2), 05-14. https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2021.186450

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Dossiê - Lutas trabalhistas transnacionais e repertórios políticos