Dr Christina J. Colclough is an expert on the future of work(ers) and the politics of digital technology advocating globally for the importance of the workers’ voice. She has extensive regional and global labour movement experience, is a sought-after keynote speaker, coach, and strategist advising progressive governments and worker organisations. Christina now runs the Why Not Lab– a boutique value-driven consultancy that puts workers at the centre of digital change. She is is a Steering Committee member of the Global Partnership on AI, a member of the OECD One AI Expert Group and of the UN’s Secretary General Roadmap for Digital Cooperation. She is affiliated to FAOS, the Employment Relations Research Center at Copenhagen University.
Written by Christina J. Colclough
After many years of public sector underfunding, the private tech sector has made inroads into virtually all public services. With the self-proclaimed aim to enhance the quality of public services, at a reduced cost and with greater efficiency, especially two sectors are rapidly expanding: Education Technology and Health Technology.“Teaching with Tech: Why Education Unions Must Act Now To Have a Role in Shaping the Future”, by Christina J. Colclough.
The Future of Work is not just making the headlines - it has become an issue of increasing importance for students, teachers and the whole of society. While there is always an element of anticipatory anxiety when facing the future there has also been real concern about the arrival of...