Uber/UN Partnership Won’t Drive Women to Workplace Equality

March 13, 2015

This week as thousands of women gathered at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women to assess the progress of women’s rights 20 years after the historic Beijing Women’s Conference, participants were shocked to learn of a major plan to expand the low-wage Uber model around the world and create even more precarious work for women workers. 

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