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Watch Live: The Digital Opportunities and Risks in the Future of Work – Technology@Work Dialogue Series 

The introduction of new technologies has disrupted and transformed job markets for centuries, most notably during the Industrial Revolution. As we prepare for the next Industrial Revolution, the International Training Centre of the ILO, the training arm of the ILO, is delighted to welcome you to our Technology@Work Dialogue Series over the next five weeks to discuss in-depth with leading global experts on how technological changes is reshaping your future of work.

The aim of the Technology@Work Dialogue Series is to broaden the global conversation on how technological innovation is transforming the nature of work.

The fourth dialogue will be focused on The Impacts of Technology@Work: The Digital Opportunities and Risks in the Future of Work

Speakers:

  • Jeffrey BROWN, Project Manager of International Relations. He provides project management support to the Bertelsmann Foundation’s Transatlantic Policy Lab.
  • Philippe LORENZ,   Project Manager at Germany’s Stiftung Neue Verantwortung analyses the evolution of the German labour market under the influence of rapid technological change. He was  part of the foresight lab ‘Toward the Labour Market 4.0′
  • Jonathan CASEY,  previously led Practical Action’s efforts to mainstream gender across its work and supports the organisation’s policy advocacy on Technology Justice. He also pioneered research project, Technology and the Future of Work, with WIEGO and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Date: Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Time: 4 PM Rome, 4 PM Geneva, 11 AM Washington, 7:30 PM Delhi
Webex: Link

Participation in the Dialogue Series is free. The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session where the speakers will take questions from the audience.
Please, be aware that only 100 places are available, your attendance will be accepted on a first come first served basis.

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Kai Hsin Hung

Kai-Hsin Hung is an External Collaborator with the ITC-ILO. He develops and designs curriculum and prototypes new sustainable learning solutions. His focus is innovation and knowledge synthesis of complex development challenges, including the future of work, food security, and climate change. He has broad experience in various roles in international advocacy, program management, and policy research at the International Development Research Centre and Global Affairs Canada. Follow him at @KaiHsinHung

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