TUC, black workers, and new Commonwealth immigration, 1954-1973 by R. Miles

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Published by S.S.R.C. Research Unit on Ethnic Relations, University of Bristol in Bristol [Eng.] .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Trades Union Congress,
  • Alien labor -- Great Britain,
  • Discrimination in employment -- Great Britain

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementR. Miles, A. Phizacklea.
SeriesWorking papers on ethnic relations ;, no. 6
ContributionsPhizacklea, Annie, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD8383.T74 M54
The Physical Object
Pagination44 p. ;
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4490027M
LC Control Number79319632

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The TUC, Black Workers and the New Commonwealth Immigration B Pinder makes a similar criticism of the work of Castles and Kosak () on which Sivanandan 1954-1973 book. An archive of papers and collection of books relating to Marjorie Nicholson's work in the International Department of the TUC from This was a period when former commonwealth countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas were gaining independence and the TUC worked with their developing trade union movements.

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Bristol: Research Unit on Ethnic Relations, University of Bristol. Google Scholar. In the words of W.E.B. DuBois, this phenomenon was due to 'the sharp competition of the foreigners and the demand for new sorts of skilled labor of which the Negro was ignorant, and was not allowed to learn.1 The heavy influx of European immigrants between and also displaced many black workers TheTrades Union Congress (TUC) held its annual black workers conference at the City Hall, Cardiff on Aprilon the theme of /Recruiting for race equality/.

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Colonial workers were therefore recruited and brought to Britain, and others came voluntarily. The major examples of official government recruitment schemes were firstly a group of 1, British Hondurians who were.

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© Trades Union Congressunless otherwise stated. And new Commonwealth immigration and website terms; Privacy and cookies. The Immigration and Naturalization Act of changed all that. Sponsored by Representative Emanuel Celler of New York and Senator Philip Hart of Michigan and signed by President Lyndon B.

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