's administrative body, the Agricultural Labor Relations Board,
British TV and now Hollywood star Miranda Hart is amongst ALRA
's alumni, who also include Lucy Liemann - who appeared in The Bourne Ultimatum, Dr Who regular Samuel Anderson, Amina Zia - from the revived Porridge and Denise Gough, who recently performed at London's National Theatre in Angels in America.
According to the reports, a notorious criminal identified as Mitho Solangi was shot dead during a police encounter in the Katcha areas of Alra
(62.) See ALRA
s 4 (granting land to aboriginal land trusts).
Bilawal later visited Alra
Bund and village Garhi Pathan where he met with the flood affectees at relief camps and listened to difficulties being faced by them.
Included in this is a legacy from the earlier Nabarlek agreement, the first negotiated agreement under the ALRA
. Nabarlek was seen as a failure in providing long-term benefits because of the dispersal of money through cash payments to individuals rather than investing in what has become known as 'community benefits' (although the definition of 'community' has been and remains a fraught issue).
legislation repealing the ALRA
and voiding the UFCW's certificate.
After more than a dozen years of activism and sometimes violent conflict in the fields, the union and its antagonists were able to negotiate the passage of the Agricultural Labor Relations Act (ALRA
) and to inaugurate a new era of agricultural labor relations.
Former student Beth Reilly started her first year at ALRA
acting school in South London.
(22) In 1994, Ontario's New Democratic government enacted the Agricultural Labour Relations Act (ALRA
), giving collective bargaining rights to farm workers for the first time.
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It was set up in 2009 by Laura Lonsdale, also from Middlesbrough, and David, who studied together at ALRA