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Title:Workers' education in Tanganyika
Author:Anonymous
Year:1964
Periodical:Oversea Quarterly
Volume:4
Issue:2
Pages:51-52
Language:English
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:trade unions
adult education
Abstract:The International Labour Office had provided the government of Tanganyika Mr. Mark Starr as an expert on workers' education and to advise the Tanganyika Federation of Labour in the organisation and conduct of its workers' education activities. This mission took place in 1961-1962 during T's accession to independence. The majority of the working force are self-employed in agriculture with only about 5% of the population as wage-earners. Description of the activities of the ILO expert and some of the conclusions. Amongst others a labour-management education project could be set up in Dar-es-Salaam by arranging for meeting between representatives of industry, banking and commerce and the leaders of the trade-unions.
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