Violence and Industrial Relations

Violence and Industrial Relations

In the past five or six years, employers, trade unionists, researchers and our criminal and industrial courts have confronted the growing magnitude and brutality of violence in industrial conflict. This article puts focus on the potential of violence in industrial relations and the experiences of trauma resulting from high levels of community violence, which are fundamentally inseparable.

 

Violence and Industrial Relations
Graeme Simpson
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Graeme Simpson, Co-founder of CSVR and former Executive Director, is an experienced peacebuilder with international expertise in violence, reconciliation and transitional justice. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from The University of the Witwatersrand, Master's degree History from the University of The Witwatersrand and BA Hons History; African Politics; Industrial sociology from The University of the Witwatersrand.

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