The Centre for Future Work’s Jim Stanford, and Alison Pennington feature in a collection of interviews on technology, work, climate, and the role of unions, for a new online course Power, Politics and Influence at Work delivered by the University of Manchester, UK.
Video recordings of the interviews are available here:
- Will new technologies make work better? – Jim Stanford
- How is technology changing work? – Jim Stanford
- How insecure jobs replaced good jobs – Alison Pennington
- Why sectoral bargaining is better for workers – Alison Pennington
- The role of unions in climate transitions – Alison Pennington
The videos were recorded for a 5-week on-line course Power, Politics and Influence at Work run by the University of Manchester. The Centre’s staff are featured alongside several leading scholars, trade union activists and international agencies such as the ILO/Oxfam.
Academics and researchers Tony Dundon, Miguel Martinez Lucio, Emma Hughes and Roger Walden designed the course for labour and NGO activists and students interested in labour market equalities, work and employment. Registration is free.
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