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What would a gender-equal approach to remote working look like? 

By evaluating the phenomenon of remote working for women and its consequences (intended and unintended), the Dialogue aims to provide insights to understand the role of employers and their work policies and approaches, reveal the types of resources (infrastructure, human resources, team building, and accountability strategies), and identify other strategies (at a policy or legal level) that could address the current gendered differentiation of remote work.

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Transcontinental Gig Work – What to do About Next Round in Global Exploitation?

A reserve army of gig workers, both in the Global North and South, work as online contractors for the benefit of large companies mainly based in the Global North. Given its transnational nature, what kind of self-organization, or regulation, do this new labour relationship require?

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Emerging Tech: Exploring ChatGPT’s opportunities and risks for CSOs in the Global South

AI chatbots like ChatGPT are all the buzz in the digital zeitgeist. The implications for many businesses and educational processes are many. Many more implications are yet to be known. But what we do know is that these platforms are changing the way we approach work and ultimately how we streamline processes in our daily work. 

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Countering Misinformation and Manipulation: Anything Civil Society Organisations can do?

When the printing press was invented more than 500 years ago, it was certainly done so with good intentions. However, one of the unintended side effects of that innovation, we know from retrospect, was its use to incite people. Wars, mainly religious wars, were the result.

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