The statement said that Hamas would treat Fatah just the same way and allow it to organize
several rallies in different areas of the Gaza Strip on in-advance agreed upon areas.
is being distributed nationally at bookstores such as Borders.
Community organizations have invented their own rules or structures, but they are usually too dependent on the whims of funders to sustain the resources needed to organize
on a large scale for a long period of time.
In the case of the workfare campaign, ACORN found it difficult to organize
the constituency without providing a direct service to help stabilize the lives of welfare recipients.
Publicly, however, these same officials say the desire to organize
on a grassroots level is healthy for students, and that the rigorous process enhances the educational experience overall.
In summary, the authors have addressed several dimensions surrounding efforts to organize
How did they organize
without the NLRB election process?
Unions that allocate adequate staff and financial resources, for example, make an institutional commitment to be more intensely engaged in the campaign, recruit an organizing staff that is demographically representative of the workers they organize
and to run more campaigns.
More important, however, is the discussion of how to organize
and prioritize the recovery work, and upon what criteria to base a decision to keep recovery inside or outsource it to a commercial enterprise.
Matthew Goodfellow, PhD, is executive director of the University Research Center, Chicago, which is supported by about 7,000 companies to keep track of union growth and developments, and organize
campaigns, elections and strikes.
The union organizes
community demonstrations in support of the workers, publicly pressuring the employer to recognize the union.
Sweeney has prodded affiliates to "change to organize
," encouraged multi-union cooperation, urged unions to focus on core industries and tried to curtail employer anti-union actions through public and political pressure.
I agree with him that high turnover in a company's work force can become, in many circumstances, a barrier to entry because, as he suggests, the workers to be organized are "something of a moving target." But I would argue this is more true of the older industrial unions that patiently worked to organize
a company over an extended period.
Lewis also said that ACORN has continued to organize
in the buildings.
I listened in awed silence as the man narrated anecdote after anecdote about his campaigns to organize
the poor--in Chicago, in Rochester and Buffalo, New York, and in a dozen other cities.