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Interview by Ania Molenda from Amateur Cities

Solidarity as a Surviving Mechanism

Jip de Ridder discusses the costs of convenience and how a sense of solidarity could offer a better future to the growing generation of precarious workers.

Interview by Ania Molenda from Amateur Cities

urbanNext (March 2, 2024) Solidarity as a Surviving Mechanism. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/solidarity-surviving-mechanism/.
Solidarity as a Surviving Mechanism.” urbanNext – March 2, 2024, https://urbannext.net/solidarity-surviving-mechanism/
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Solidarity as a Surviving Mechanism.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/solidarity-surviving-mechanism/. [Accessed: March 2, 2024]

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