Future of Collective Bargaining and Atypical Work in the Media, Arts and Entertainment Sector
Caspar de Kiefte
Trade union official and lawyer
Director, Progressive Policies
PhD in law, senior law lecturer, professional orchestral musician, advocate for freelance musicians
Director of the professional performer’s union Equity New Zealand
Barrister in London, specialising in trade union law
Researcher at ETUI and KU Leuven
PhD in law, author, trade union lawyer
This project and publication have received the support of the European Union. The publication reflects the views of the authors only and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use of the information contained therein.
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