We, Couriers from 12 European countries : Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom.
Fake free lancers or employees, but all under-employed, under-payed, under-protected by Foodora, Deliveroo, Ubereats, Stuart, Glovo, etc…
have met in Brussels for a first transnational Assembly the 25th and 26th October 2018.
We have decided to unite our numerous struggles in one international couriers struggle.
Freedom of association
Hourly minimum guaranteed wage
A fair definition of working time
Data and App Transparency
Workers choose employee/free-lance
Recognition of plateforms as employers
Participation for all riders
Regular negotiations mediated by city and municipal councils
Protection and legalisation of all plateform non EU migrant workers (who may not have resident permits)
Act to express solidarity with other precarious and gig economy workers
Common space for riders
Abolish internal ranking
To get it, we will organize many transnational actions for the end of 2018 and 2019.
Next step: December 1 in your city…