Seminar on national perspectives on the EU platform work package

Come and discuss the EU Commission’s package on the protection of platform work and its impact on EU Member States with experts from the European Trade Union Institute and experts from Spain, France and Denmark.

In December 2021, the EU Commission proposed an ambitious package for the protection of work mediated through labour platforms. It issued a proposal for a directive improving the working conditions in platform work and a proposal for guidelines on EU competition law extending the right to collective bargaining to solo self-employed on platforms. The seminar looks closer at key issues of the EU initiatives and addresses the question of potential reforms by Member States such as Spain, France and Denmark.

The seminar is organized by research Centre for Legal Studies in Welfare and Market (WELMA) and  the WorkWel project (Research Project 118164). To read more about the WorkWel project please click here.

An attendance certificate can be delivered. Please, tick the box in the registration form. The certificate will be given at the end conference and cannot be sent thereafter.

Time: 9:00-15:00

Venue: flexroom (8A.0.57), The Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 76, ground floor, 2300 Copenhagen S.

Program: Please click here to download

To register, please click here  -no later than Friday 23 September at 12:00

If you have any questions please contact Catherine Jacqueson (

This seminar is sponsored by the Dreyers Fond and the DFF-WorkWel project.

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