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1st April, 2015

Co-operatives and the Cultural Industries

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1st April, 2015
17.00 - 19.00
City University London, Room A130, College Building, St John Street, London EC1V 4PB
Free to attend but registration is essential.

The lives of cultural workers are complex and contradictory; often combining work satisfaction, pleasure and autonomy with job insecurity, low pay, long hours, anxiety and inequality.

This roundtable aims to discuss the potentials and limits of worker co-operatives as an alternative way of organizing cultural work. It explores how worker co-operation might contribute to new collaborative forms of cultural production; at how they do, or might, strengthen a ‘cultural commons’; and the role cultural co-ops play in the wider context of movements for workers’ rights.

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