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Title: #NewRightsNow - Strengthening the rights of ‘uberised’ workers
Current status: Collection ongoing
Deadline: 01/04/2020
Commission registration number: ECI(2019)000004
Date of registration: 01/04/2019
Date of publication of this translation: 26/04/2019
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Registration language: FR / Other languages available: BG CS DA DE EL EN ES ET FI FR GA HR HU IT LT LV MT NL PL PT RO SK SL SV
Commission Decision on the registration of the proposed citizens' initiative: COMMISSION DECISION
Subject-matter: Strengthening the rights of ‘uberised’ workers, in particular by obliging digital platforms to pay a guaranteed minimum income to ‘self-employed’ people who regularly work for them.
Main objectives: We would like to establish an obligation for digital platforms to pay a guaranteed minimum income to ‘self-employed’ people who regularly work for them. This social justice measure would safeguard and stabilise their income, and would specifically tackle job insecurity. More generally, we wish to strengthen the social rights of ‘uberised’ workers.
Provisions of the Treaties considered relevant by the organisers: Articles 151 and 153 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)
Organisers / Members of citizens' committee:
  • Representative: Atte Samuli OKSANEN - atteoksanen@hotmail.com
  • Substitute: Vasiliki TSIARA - vicky-sag@hotmail.com
  • Other members: Laurent Armand José LIMOUSIN, Stella Fredrika WIKSTRÖM, Laura Colombe CENCETTI-KASCHUBAT, Malik Hanifa Abdullah Monomotapa Njifokone KOMIDOR, Kathrine Maria Fagerlund BREKKE
Annex: Other languages available: FR
Draft legal act: Other languages available: FR
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    01/04/2019
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