The rise of right-wing populist movements and parties throughout Europe is not without consequences for trade unions. In a sequence of short country studies and an analysis based on them, trade union options for action are examined.
Country Report Norway
In this country report on Norway Jonas Bals examines the influence of right-wing populism on the labour movement in Norway and how norwegian trade unions react to this issue.
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