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Dialogues on the Future of Work in the Global South: South and South East Asia perspective

Narratives from South and South East Asia Experts from Asia will join CIPPEC and JustJobs Network in a series of conversations around the challenges and opportunities that the region will..

1 August - 19 August

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About the
regional dialogues

Over the past decade, the Global South has produced much research and data on the future of work. However, this knowledge is still fragmented and not easily accessible to policy makers and public opinion.

The Dialogues aim to take stock of the vast existing knowledge about the future of work from developing countries perspectives to add diversity and context to the standard global narrative of the future of work that can feed the right policy frameworks for governments in the Global South.

To pursue that, CIPPEC, coordinator of FoWiGS, in partnership with African Economic Research Consortium (Sub-Saharan Africa), Economic Research Forum (Middle East and North Africa), Red Sur (Latin America) and JustJobs Network (Asia) will hold a total number of 24 dialogues that will bring together more than 75 Global South experts from the academia, and civil society to join the discussions and contribute with welcome heterogeneous perspectives about the future of work.

Events In
This Series

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Book release “Cracking the future of work. Automation and labor platforms in the Global South”

Tuesday 26 December
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What Works Global Summit 2021: Evidence for Development

Sunday 22 October
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Concordia Annual Summit: The future of work in Latin America. Towards a context-based narrative

Saturday 23 September
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