Fair Platform Work For All – How Can Science and Practice Contribute?
Rainy day, so you're ordering food home? Forgot about a birthday and next-day delivery saves you? Then this workshop is for you!
Digital platforms like Uber, Lieferando and Gorillas have become an essential part of our lives. Tens of millions of platform workers around the world provide services, deliver food and thus maintain a lifestyle that we all fancy. Yet, most of them are not protected by existing employment law or collective bodies, meaning they face low pay, precarity, and poor and dangerous working conditions.
In this workshop we present the findings of the Fairwork Project, which is commited to highlighting best and worst labour practices in the platform economy with a focus on Berlin/Germany.
Come join us to engage and discuss how science, practice and customers can contribute to creating a fair and sustainable digital economy!
PUBLIC DISCUSSION VIA LIVESTREAM AND ON-SITE AT THE BERLIN SCIENCE WEEK CAMPUS.
Diese Veranstaltung findet auf Deutsch und Englisch statt. This event takes place in German and English.
This event can be attended digitally via livestream or in-person with a limited on-site audience at the Museum of Natural History.
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On-Site: If you would like to attend the event on-site, please book your spot here.
Due to the current situation, we are required to ask for the contact information of each person entering the Museum of Natural History in accordance with the Protection Against Infection Act. We therefore require the following data from all persons who register: First name, last name, address, telephone number and email address.
On-site the protective and hygienic measures of the Museum of Natural History apply. The so-called 3G rule (for „geimpft, genesen oder getestet“, i.e. „vaccinated, recovered or tested“) will be applied: Anyone who is not fully vaccinated or is not considered recovered will be required to provide a recent negative Covid-19 test. Visiting the event is permitted with a medical face mask only.
The registration data will be stored by the organisers for the purpose of organizing the event as well as for any subsequent contact follow-up and will also be shared with the organizers of Berlin Science Week and the Museum of Natural History for this purpose.
We will take pictures and videos on the Campus on 5/6 November, which we will use for documentation and communication purposes, and will livestream the events on our website. If you do not agree, please send your denial to via email to email@example.com prior to the Campus. We also refer to our data protection regulation.
Berlin, Berlin 10115 Germany