What Gig Work Means for Women in India
Paris Marx is joined by Noopur Raval to discuss India’s gig economy, the specific conditions of women who provide services through beauty and wellness apps, and how workers organize to improve their conditions.
Noopur Raval is a postdoctoral research fellow at the AI Now Institute at New York University. Follow Noopur on Twitter at @tetisheri.
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- Noopur wrote about organizing in the gig economy and the conditions of workers in beauty and wellness.
- Julia Ticona and her colleagues wrote about tech’s impacts on domestic work.
- More than 100 women who worked through a beauty app recently went on strike outside the company’s office.
- Aditi Surie has written about platforms and informal work in India.