We invite you to join us for the second event of the Young Fabians 'The Future of Work' project.
This project focuses on a number of areas from low-paid jobs and the fourth industrial revolution, to reconciling strong trade unions with smaller workplaces.
This event will be a panel discussion with:
Darren Jones, MP for Bristol North West. Darren sits on the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee and has done extensive work on the impact of technology. Since his election in 2017, he has campaigned and spoken on issues related to the digital economy, technology and the environment.
James Bloodworth, Journalist and Writer. James is the former editor of Left Foot Forward and has written a number of books including Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain. James spent six months undercover doing research into the oppressive conditions faced by those working in low-paid and minimum-wage jobs.
Stephanie Itimi, Government Technology Advisor. Stephanie is a published author of an academic book titled “The Informal Sector in Nigeria and its impact on Development”, she is an Advisor at Africa Business Portal and has also played a leading role in the creation and production of high-profile projects across Europe and Africa focusing on freedom of information, digital literacy, economic empowerment and gender equality.
Kate Dearden, Research Officer for Community Union. Kate is the former National Chair of Labour Students, in her role at Community Union Kate has done extensive research into the future of work and how modern trade unions can adapt.
The event will contribute to the policy pamphlet that is being compiled on the future of work and how the centre-left responds.
Please note that there are no parking facilities for guests on the estate and we advise you allow an additional 15 mins to pass through security.
Please note that the entrance for this event is Cromwell Green.
This event is open to the general public.
House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA
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