Making it Happen

Here you will find UNI Global Union's Opinions on many aspects of the future world of work.

In some of the opinions, we include short videos explaning the challenges, potentials and actions we see necessary.

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10 Principles for Workers' Data Rights

UNI fills regulatory gap and provides here operational principles for securing workers' data rights and privacy. Slot these into collective agreements and secure your voice in the future

10 Principles for Ethical AI

This document provides unions, shop stewards and workers with a set of concrete demands to the transparency, and application of Artificial Intelligence in workplaces.

Establish AI & Data Councils

Mandated to oversee, govern and check the organisation's use of data, algorithms, (semi) automated processes, the Council is there to hold Executive Management digitally accountable and auditable.

A Robot is a Thing

Robots, AI, algorithms are things. They are commodities. Intelligent to a small degree, yes. But they are not superhuman, and certainly not something we should subordinate ourselves to.

Social Protection for all!

All workers in all forms of work must have the same social and fundamental rights. We cannot accept the flexibility of the digital economy, yet no security for the workers.

Go Beyond GDP?

In this age of rising inequality, disruption, automation and severe social and environmental challenges, many are calling for a more holistic measure of a society's well-being. Are we going beyond GDP

Inclusive Skills

It is estimated that the digital economy will lead to whole new skills requirements and a constant need to update skills. Some experts predict that skills will become obsolete after just 2 years, as t

A Genderless Digitalisation

Digitalization is not genderless, at least not when it comes to its effects. From the rise of a fluid workplace, to the investment in digital skills and life-long learning, to an increase in the techn

Workers' Employability is Key

We take the warning signs seriously that indicate that many jobs, as well as tasks that make up jobs, will be displaced by robots, AI and machine learning. Up- and reskilling funds will be essential