Jordan’s Paradoxical Approach to Trade Unions

A country’s ability to safeguard the rights of its workers and ensure that no needs or interests are overlooked in development processes, that is, to ensure inclusive development – is largely a function of the extent to which plurality and diversity are regarded as strengths, as opposed to obstacles. Dialogue in all its forms presupposes heterogeneity, which in turn naturally begets conflict – not in the sense of a stubborn, selfish, or violent rejection of the other, but rather, in the emergence of dissonances that need to be addressed, which is where the very essence and value of dialogue lie.

September 25, 2017 Type: Pal Paper
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