Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s words hardly match the scale or urgency of the situation, but in the context of the complicity across the EU in the Gaza genocide, at least it’s something. Nick Corbishley […]
Pedro Sánchez has cobbled together another coalition to stay in power, but he has had to commit to an amnesty for the leaders of the 2017 Catalan independence referendum to achieve it, a move which […]
There is a concerted effort by the Spanish right-wing to get the EU to block the Spanish Amnesty law. Read the article HERE.
Carlos Rodríguez, vice-president of Taxi Project 2.0, a think tank in favour of the taxi sector in Spain and against Uberisation, writes for the Gig Economy Project about his battles at regional, national and European […]
How do undocumented workers make a living in the food delivery sector? How can trade unions recruit migrant gig workers and ensure decent working conditions for all riders? The Gig Economy Project spoke to Paola […]
Carlos Rodríguez, vicepresidente del Taxi Project 2.0, grupo de reflexión a favor del sector del taxi en España y en contra de la Uberización, escribe para el Gig Economy Project sobre sus batallas a nivel […]
Legal complaint comes after the government changed the Penal Code last year to make false-self employment a criminal offence. The Gig Economy Project is a BRAVE NEW EUROPE media network for gig workers in Europe. Click […]
A critique of ‘state progressivism’ in Spain. In New Left Review’s ‘Sidecar’. Read the article HERE.
For the past two years, Lucas García Alcalde has been reporting on Spain’s grocery delivery sector for ‘Business Insider’. Following Getir’s exit from Spain in July just two years after its entry, Alcalde writes for […]
Durante los últimos dos años, Lucas García Alcalde ha estado informando sobre el sector español de envíos ultrarrápidos para ‘Business Insider’. Tras la salida de Getir de España en julio, justo dos años después de […]