17 November 2020 at 9:30 (EST)
Démocratiser le travail: Une conversation sur les leçons de la pandémie
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“Working humans are so much more than ‘resources’. This is one of the central lessons of the current crisis.” So begins a manifesto drafted in the spring of 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, which argues that work needs to be democratized, de-commodified and made sustainable. The Manifesto has been translated in multiple languages and supported across the globe.
This conversation on Democratizing Work (held in French), which will take place on Tuesday, November 17th (9:30 EST), is an opportunity to bring together its authors with leading representatives and specialists from the world of work in a dialogue about the Manifesto and current priorities for the pandemic and beyond.
Advance registration is required.
Authors in presence: Adelle Blackett (Université McGill), Isabelle Ferreras (UCLouvain), Dominique Méda (Université Paris Dauphine)
Discussants: Nil Ataogul (TUAC) Pierre-Antoine Harvey (CSQ) Josée Lamoureux (CSN) Jonathan Vallée-Payette (FTQ)
Moderators: Marguerite Mendell (Université Concordia), Gregor Murray (Université de Montréal)
Note that a similar event will take place with other participants on Wednesday, November 18th from 11:00 (EST).
The Conversation on Democratizing Work is an initiative of the CRIMT Partnership on Institutional Experimentation for Better Work, the Karl Polanyi Institute, and Industry 4.0, Work and Employment of the International Observatory of the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technology.