|Ep. 1||Platforms - The Origin Story|
|Ep. 2||Who Run the World (of platforms)? Algorithmic Bosses and Workers’ Rights|
|Ep. 3||Making Platforms Work for Workers - Data Commons and Platform Co-ops|
The third and final episode of our podcast, Platform Predicament – Making Sense of a Datafied Future of Work, talks about possible alternatives to this neoliberal platform-based model of work. As examples, the episode highlights SEWA’s journey of evolving the platform model according to its members’ needs, LabourNet’s pilot platforms geared towards making platform-based work transparent and more regularized for gig workers, and the story of Equal Care, a platform that’s making care work in the UK more decentralized and humane.
- Jalajakshi CK (Labournet)
- Salonie Hiriyadur (SEWA Cooperative Federation)
- Emma Back (Equal Care)
Listen to this episode on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Music and Stitcher.
Hosted by: Sonakshi Agarwal
Concept and Research: Anita Gurumurthy, Nandini Chami, Sonakshi Agarwal, Satyavrat KK, Deepti Bharthur, Sreyan Chatterjee
Editing and post-production: Sonakshi Agarwal, Nikhil Dinakurthi, Rahul Das
Artwork: Mansi Thakkar, Nikhil Dinakurthi
Supported by: Yameena Zaidi, Iznallah
Acknowledgements: This podcast is supported by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, India Office and the Fair Green Global alliance.