Drawing on guidance from international labour standards (ILS) and current case law at national level, the knowledge-sharing series aims to support a comparative analysis of case law governing disputes relating to digital platforms. More specifically, the series intends to facilitate an international debate among labour law professionals on the guiding role and effective implementation of ILS in a fragmented and challenging context in safeguarding the minimum rights and protections of all workers in the digital economy. The conclusions of this discussion will provide a wealth of content and case studies for further dissemination at international level. The rulings discussed during the debate will also be used to enrich the ITCILO database of court decisions, a key tool for judges and legal practitioners worldwide.
Judges, lawyers, academics and legal practitioners.
The three-day debate aims to provide a unique opportunity to analyse and discuss the
implications and challenges brought about by the effects of the digital labour platforms
on the current employment model and the consequent impact on decisions concerning
the application of ILS and substantive rights for digital platform.
Drawing on the guidance from International Labour Standards (ILS) and current case
law at national level, the knowledge sharing series aims at supporting a comparative
analysis of case law ruling digital platform litigations.
The knowledge sharing opens a dialogue focused on issues arising in the framework of
litigations involving digital platform.
More specifically, the event intends to facilitate an international debate amongst
labour law professionals on the guiding role and effective implementation of ILS in a
fragmented and challenging context related to the safeguard of minimum rights and
protections for all workers in the digital labour plaftorms.
During the three-day event participants will have the opportunity to update knowledge
and share experiences & case studies on the following topics:
The programme will be interactive and participatory and will be structured as follows:
The online knowledge-sharing event is structured in two main components:
The online discussion will offer a well-structured update on technical issues and an interactive platform facilitated by international experts from the ILO, EU, OECD and Academic institutions worldwide.
The course is offered in English. A good command of the working language is required