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Lorenzo Marsili

Lorenzo Marsili is a writer, political activist, and founder of international network European Alternatives. He is a board member for global NGO CIVICUS and on the coordinating committee of pan-European movement DiEM25. He previously worked in journalism and was founding editor of Naked Punch Review. His latest book is Citizens of Nowhere: How to Save Europe from Itself (Zed Books 2018).

Articles

06.07.2018
A política do microtrabalho e das máquinas

Com a moda em torno da automação e da robótica, muitos argumentam que em breve veremos o trabalho em massa desaparecer completamente. O sociólogo Antonio Casilli discorda. O trabalho não está desaparecendo, ele argumenta nesta entrevista com Lorenzo Marsili, mas está sendo transformado pelos gigantes da economia digital. Entender como o mundo do trabalho está mudando é a questão política fundamental do futuro.

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06.07.2018
Pieniądze z sieci: maszyny i mikropraca

Wzrostowi zainteresowania kwestiami automatyzacji i robotyzacji towarzyszy często twierdzenie, że czeka nas rychły koniec masowego zatrudnienia. Socjolog Antonio Cassilli ma na ten temat odmienne zdanie. Jak tłumaczy w rozmowie z Lorenzo Marsilim praca nie znika – ulega ona za to przekształceniom wynikłym z działań gigantów w sektorze cyfrowej gospodarki. Zrozumienie tych zmian oraz tego, czyim interesom one służą, stanowi kluczowe polityczne wyzwanie przyszłości.

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17.05.2018
Earn Money Online: The Politics of Microwork and Machines

Antonio Casilli discusses ‘microwork’, the increasingly common, hard-to-measure practice that sees people carry out small tasks online for even tinier amounts of pay.

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08.01.2018
Miasto – nowe centrum polityczne

Tak w Europie, jak i poza nią polityka miejska, oparta na republikanizmie i zawarta w "ładzie barcelońskim" może pomóc w walce z bezwładem państwa narodowego.

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25.11.2017
The City as the New Political Centre

Barcelona leads the way in reviving democracy and participation of citizens. Joan Subirats talks about how cities can shape a better governance architecture and complement the current system centred on nation-states.

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