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In this paper I will be concentrating on the evolution of relationships between trade unions fandangos that have developed in the field of development and social justice. In so doing, I explore how these relationships started, how they functioned, and what the outcomes have been. Most of the reference points will be drawn from the experience I have gained in working for both trade unions and NGOs in the UK and other parts of the world over the last 40 years.

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10.1080/0961452032000170596

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