What We Do:

ENDL (European Network on Digital Labour) is a multidisciplinary network of researchers from fields as diverse as media studies, geography, sociology, law, economics. Since 2019, it also hosts the INDL (International Network on Digital Labor) initiative. Read more here!

ENDL members organise and facilitate research seminars in universities and think tanks all around Europe.
We hold international conferences on digital labour, ethical challenges of online research, and the political economy of platforms.
The ENDL research community organises workshops to coordinate and exchange best practices.
Sometimes we meet for a drink and a chat — and updates about our ongoing projects.
Our doctoral colloquia are open to MRes, MPhil, and PhD students in different stages of their research.

Antonio Casilli

Paris School of Telecommunications (Telecom Paris)

Antonio is a Sociologist at the Paris School of Telecommunications (Telecom Paris), studying social conflict and digital rights.

He has published two books in French exploring the links between digital labour and automation.

Paola Tubaro

CNRS Paris

Paola is an Economic Sociologist, at CNRS-Paris. Her current research on the collaborative economy of internet platforms – mapping values, norms and life trajectories. Her newest research focuses on digital labor and the ‘foodtech’ sector.

Mark Graham

Oxford Internet Institute

Mark is an Economic Geographer, at the Oxford Internet Institute (Oii). He studies the gig economy in the Global South and writes about global networks of solidarity, competition and collaboration between workers.

Karen Gregory

University of Edinburgh

Karen is a Sociologist at the University of Edinburgh, where she teaches and researches digital sociology.

Her current research is on forms of solidarity in the ‘sharing economy’.

Jen Schradie

Sciences Po Paris

Jen is a Sociologist, at Sciences Po Paris, having studied the links between digital activism, inequalities, and the digital divide. She has published The Revolution That Wasn’t How Digital Activism Favors Conservatives (Harvard University Press).

Julian Posada

University of Toronto

Julian is a PhD student at the University of Toronto and a junior fellow of Massey College.

He studies worker co-operation in the gig economy and alternative forms of platform organisation. 

Elinor Wahal

Paris School of Telecommunications (Telecom Paris)

Elinor is a labour sociologist at the Paris School of Telecommunications (Telecom Paris). Her research mainly focuses on microwork, digital labour and the gig-economy. She co-authored the report “Micro-work in France: Behind Automation, New Forms of Precarious Labour?”

Alessandro Delfanti

University of Toronto

Alessando is an assistant Professor at the University of Toronto Mississauga.

His research areas include digital labour, participation and cooperation in digital media, hacking and digital activism and social movements and digital media.


05-07 November 2020 (Virtual Event)

“Unboxing AI”
(Aprire l’Intelligenza Artificiale)

A series of panels sponsored by the Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, in collaboration with the Nexa Center for Internet and Society

Programme and Registration

ENDL-3 Graduate Colloquium on Digital Labour

MRes, MPhil, and PhD students at different stages of their research who work on the many aspects of computer-mediated work, platform economies, online value production, and automation.

Call for Papers

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