Chapter 6: What is a more just workplace? Prospects for the future
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This chapter draws the conclusions of this process, focusing in particular on the political consequences of such reflection. It stresses the necessity of completing the usual exogenous critique with a more endogenous critique of our economic system. As a result, politics takes on a new meaning: it’s less of a project and more of a requirement, whereby the effectiveness of the frames of justice claimed by workers in specific contexts lies at the forefront of political awareness and struggles. In an effort to strengthen dialogue with trade unions, it concludes by arguing that such an approach is also - perhaps even primarily - applicable to workers in the Global South.

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