🗓 Date: Sunday, 25 September 2022
⏳ Time: 9:30
📍Location: Lower Galleria Room 1, ACC Liverpool, Kings Dock Street, Liverpool, England, L3 4FP
With the growth of platform work, declining wages and poorer working conditions – how are workers fighting back in a digital age?
In only a decade, the labour market has changed beyond all recognition – from zero-hour contracts to platform monopolies, work for many people is changing fundamentally. New forms of work require new forms of organising. How are workers fighting back today? What challenges does this present for traditional trade unions? Join SME4Labour and Labour Together for a panel discussion exploring how workers are organising in the 21st century.
- Paul Nowak, General Secretary Designate, TUC
- Lucy Harley-Mckeown, Author, Reorganise
- Tom Hunt, Senior Fellow at Unions 21 and Deputy Director of theSheffield Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Sheffield
- Edward Saperia, Dean and Founder, The London College of Political Technology
Chair: Hannah O’Rourke, Director Labour Together
🎫Tickets are free, but booking is required via: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/395255438657
This event is in the secure zone, so you will need a conference pass to access it.
Please note: This event will be recorded for distribution through SME4Labour and its partners’ social media channels. All audience members agree to the possibility of appearing on these recordings by virtue of attending the event or participating in the event.