Links

Blackball Museum of Working Class History – For information on the planned labour history museum at Blackball on the West Coast.

Canterbury University Press – CUP has operated as a full-time publisher since 1991, producing an average of eight new books a year, including a number of recent TUHP publications.

Department of Labour – The government agency that works to help meet NZ’s skill needs and improve the quality of New Zealanders’ working lives.

Dictionary of New Zealand Biography – Features biographies of over 3,000 New Zealanders, including many trade unionists and labour activists.

Industrial Relations Centre – Victoria University of Wellington –The IRC provides a forum for research into industrial relations, human resource management, labour markets and any area related to employment relations.

Maritime Union of New Zealand – The MUNZ represents waterside workers, seafarers and related workers.

Museum of Wellington City and Sea – ‘Wellington’s very own history museum’. Recently hosted the 1913 Strike exhibition

NZEI Te Riu Roa – New Zealand’s largest educational union, includes a brief history of the union.

NZHistory.Net – Your first port of call for information about New Zealand history. Includes features on the 1951 waterfront dispute, state housing, Labour Day and the 1912 Waihi strike.

New Zealand Council of Trade Unions – New Zealand’s largest union organisation, representing over 300,000 members in 34 unions. Includes a list of affiliated unions and their websites.

New Zealand Electronic Text Centre – A free online archive of NZ and Pacific full-text books, journals and manuscripts.

New Zealand Trade Union History Timeline – A detailed timeline provided on the Northern Amalgamated Workers’ Union site.

PHANZA – The website of the Professional Historians’ Association of New Zealand/Aotearoa.

Stout Research Centre – Victoria University of Wellington – The Stout Research Centre was established at Victoria University in 1984 to encourage scholarly inquiry into New Zealand society, history and culture.

Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand – Combines photographs, sounds, moving images, documents, graphs and maps. The first parts of what will become a comprehensive guide to NZ’s natural environment, history, culture, economics, institutions, peoples and social development.

Worksafe reps – A website for workplace health and safety representatives.

International sites

Australian Society for the Study of Labour History – The ASSLH aims to encourage teaching and research in labour history, and the preservation of the records of working people and the labour movement.

Australian Trade Union Archives – An online gateway for scholars and researchers of labour history.

International Association of Labour History Institutions – The IALHI brings together archives, libraries, document centres, museums and research institutions specializing in the history and theory of the labour movement from all over the world.

International Institute of Social History – founded in Amsterdam in 1935, the IISH is one of the world’s largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history, and the history of the labour movement in particular.

Labor History Links- This site is the most comprehensive bibliography of information, documents and links of United States labour history sites on the internet. It was developed by labor historian Rosemary Feurer for the Labor and Working Class History Association.

Labour History Resources – Managed by the International Association of Labour History Institutions, includes a news service and other resources.

Society for the Study of Labour History – The Society is the UK’s principal organisation dedicated to the study of labour history. The Society organises meetings and conferences, represents the interests of labour history and labour historians in a number of fora and publishes the highly-regarded journal Labour History Review.

WWW Virtual Library Labour History – The Labour History section of the WWW Virtual Library is maintained by the International Institute of Social History.