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21 Jun 2021 - 22 Jun 2021


12:00 - 13:30




Distrito Digital

III Workshop Technology and Work: Social responsibility as a vehicle for the digital transformation of the enterprise

Distrito Digital Comunitat Valenciana hosts the III Workshop Technology and Work, on social responsibility as a vehicle for digital transformation of the company, organized by the Chair of Social Responsibility of the Universitat d’Alacant , and that will take place next June 21 and 22.

It will be a hybrid event, which will be held in person at the facilities of Distrito Digital Comunitat Valenciana, and can also be followed in streaming through the Youtube channel of Distrito Digital.

It will be a day in which we will have important national experts related to the subject.

Program of the event:
June 21st

12:00h. – 12:30h. Opening of the conference.

Antonio Rodes: CEO of Distrito Digital – Innovative Projects.

Verónica López: Undersecretary of the Department of Innovation, Universities, Science and Digital Society.

Eva Espinar: Vice-rector of Social Responsibility, Equality and Inclusion UA.

12:30h. – 13:30h. Inaugural Conference.

Cecilia Castaño: Professor of Applied Economics at the Complutense University of Madrid.

Digital gaps and labor gaps in gender perspective.

Presented by: María Muñoz, General Director for the fight against the digital divide. Department of Innovation, Universities, Science and Digital Society.

13:30h. – 14:45h. Working lunch.

14:45h. – 16:00h. Dialogues I: A socially responsible digital transition: vision of social agents.

Carlos Gutiérrez: confederal secretary of Youth and New Realities of Work of CCOO.

Miguel Ángel Javaloyes: General Secretary of CEV.

José Varela: Head of Confederal Digitalization of UGT.

Moderator: Irene Bajo, Professor of Labor Law and SS U Alicante. Director of the Chair RS GVA-UA. Member of Digital Work.

16:00h. – 17:30h. Dialogues II: Technology and fundamental rights.

Luz Vega: Special Advisor of the ILO Research Department. Member of Digital Work.

Health as a fundamental right at work in the digital era.

Ana Herrán: Professor of Civil Law. Vice-Dean of Deusto University. Member of Digital Work.

Labor video surveillance, informative protection of the worker and the right to the protection of personal data.

Luciana Guaglianone: Professor of Labor Law. University of Brescia. Member of Digital Work.

Gender gap, new technologies and digital work: approach from Italy.

Moderator: Maialen Aboitiz, researcher of the EDISPe team and doctor of the Economic and Business Law program, University of Deusto.

June 22nd

10:00h. – 11:30h. Dialogues III: New ways of working, new organizational challenges.

Eva Rimbau: Associate Professor of Human Resources and Organization at the UOC. Member of Digital Work.

The complex impact of telework on individual well-being.

Mariola Serrano: Professor of Labor Law. Vice-Dean of Deusto University. Member of Digital Work.

Co-responsible reconciliation and digital and intelligent work: it is not easy, but it is possible.

Albert Cañigueral: founder-connector OUshare. Member of Digital Work.

Work profiles in digital platforms.

Moderator: Mar Sabadell, professor of the Legal Department of the Faculty of Economics and Business of the UOC. Member of Digital Work.

11:30h. – 12:00h. Coffee Break.

12:00h. – 13:00h. Dialogues IV: Technology and Social Protection.

Luz Rodríguez: Professor of Labor Law and Social Security UCLM. Principal Researcher Digital Work.

The impact of the technological revolution on social security: formulas for the protection of digital platform workers.

Miguel Ortiz: Assistant Professor. Doctor of Labor Law and Social Security. University of Murcia. Member of Digital Work.

Social protection in the digital era.

Moderator: Nerea Ereñaga. Professor at the Faculty of Law and Deusto Business School. Member of Digital Work.

13:00h. – 13:30h. Closing of the conference.

Josep Ochoa: Deputy Secretary General UA. Professor of Administrative Law. Former General Director of Social Responsibility GVA.

Social Responsibility in Public Administrations and commitments to the digitization of the administrative function.

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