IS THERE ANY SOCIAL JUSTICE IN THE DIGITAL AGE WHICH WE LIVE IN?
On February 20th we celebrate the International day of Social Justice and the United Nations has dedicated an interesting article to it, calling for that social justice is so necessary in the digital economy.
The gap between the countries of the first and third world every day is wider due to the few digital resources that these less developed countries have.
The Coronavirus pandemic has done nothing but dig deeper into the wound and contribute to the digital inequality.
It is well known that digital economy is transforming the world of work.
While digital labor platforms provide workers with income-generating opportunities and benefits from flexible work arrangements, but they also present some challenges, such us: the regularity of work and income, their rights to fair working conditions, social protection and adequate standard of living, skills utilization, and the right to form or join trade unions, hard algorithmic monitoring practices and so on.