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Being freelance in the age of precarious labour

- a how-to evening on knowing your rights in the gig economy

THE NATIONAL Union of Journalists London Freelance Branch presents an evening of informed debate on the headlong rush by bosses towards making us all freelance - regardless of whether we want to be or not.

The evening will explore some of the dynamic responses from the trade union movement - how we as freelances in any and every line of work are responding to this. There will also be drinks receptions and networking at the start and finish of the evening.

We hope you will join us to hear and discuss cutting-edge theory and bold strategies on how to tackle threats to our hard-earned working rights from a diverse panel of speakers, who are:

Date and venue:

The event is from 5-9pm on Saturday 11 March, in the Brockway Room at Conway Hall, 25 Red lion Square, London WC1R 4RL.

The nearest tube is Holborn; buses running past the Theobald's Road entrance include the 19, 38, 55, 243 and others go to Holborn and Southampton Row/Kingsway.

The venue is accessible to those who use wheelchairs and an induction-loop system is installed.