Pamphlets issued by the Dominica Amalgamated Workers' Union and the Dominica Civil Service Association, 1976-1985.
Dominica: Trades Unions Material
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 101 TU.DQ
- Dates of Creation1976-1985
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 box
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Modern trade unionism can be said to have begun in Dominica in 1945 with the formation of the Dominica Trade Union. The Dominica Amalgamated Workers' Union (DAWU), whose history is to be found here, grew out of this original organisation. In contrast, the Civil Service Association (CSA) was formed independently of the general unions like DAWU and, in the advertisement preserved here is seen to be concerning itself with the political issues facing the country, particularly the question of sovereignty.
Alphabetically by union, and then in rough chronological order.
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Description compiled by Daniel Millum, Political Archives Project Officer at the Institutes of Commonwealth and Latin American Studies.
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The Commonwealth Political Parties Materials collection was begun in 1960-61, with special emphasis being placed then, as now, on "primary material such as party constitutions, policy statements, convention reports and election manifestos." (ICS, Twelfth Annual Report 1960-1961). Since then, the main method of gathering material has been to appeal directly to political parties throughout the Commonwealth, though contributions from Institute members and staff following visits to relevant countries have been significant.
No further accruals are expected