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How can maritime unions seize organising and union-building opportunities in the context of oil and gas exploration in Africa? 

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Maritime sector

For national unions in Africa to achieve this goal they most work on national laws like the cabotage laws or what we call the local content and equally involve women and young workers/activists in the process.

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