|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 first episode of our podcast, Platform Predicament – Making Sense of a Datafied Future of Work, explores how it all began – what the advent of technology has meant for the labor market, how the emergence of platform-based work has been an important implication of it, and why it has gained such traction. Experts explain what platform work means for the employment question and also how it differs in the Global North compared to the Global South.
• Uma Rani (International Labour Organisation)
• Salonie Hiriyadur (SEWA Cooperative Federation)
• Paaritosh Nath (Azim Premji University)
• Basudev Barman (International Transport Workers’ Federation)
• Spandan Pratyush (All India Gig Workers Union)
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.