Story: Strikes and labour disputes
Page 11 – External links and sources
More links and websites
A documentary about the 1951 waterfront dispute, on the NZ On Screen website.
The Department of Labour provides support to employers and employees to create safe, fair and rewarding workplaces.
The Industrial Relations Centre at Victoria University, Wellington, researches all areas of industrial and employment relations.
The CTU is the central organisation for trade unions in New Zealand, representing over 350,000 union members in more than 40 affiliated unions.
The Trade Union History Project, formed in 1987, records and celebrates the history of working people, working life and trade unions in New Zealand.
More suggestions and sources
Nolan, Melanie, ed. Revolution: the 1913 great strike in New Zealand. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press in association with the Trade Union History Project, 2006.
Olssen, Erik. The red feds: revolutionary industrial unionism and the New Zealand Federation of Labour 1908–14. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1988.
Richardson, Len. Coal, class & community: the united mineworkers of New Zealand, 1880–1960. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.
Roth, Bert, and Janny Hammond. Toil and trouble: the struggle for a better life in New Zealand. Auckland: Methuen New Zealand, 1981.
Roth, H. Trade unions in New Zealand past and present. Wellington: Reed Education, 1973.
Scott, Dick. 151 days: the great waterfront lockout and supporting strikes, February 15–July 15, 1951. Auckland: Reed, 2001.