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The gig economy: How can we make it fairer?

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Kim Harrisberg

Water Rights Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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The gig economy has grown exponentially in recent years. Image: Business News Daily

People harvest their own food at the Ciudadela Siembraviva at Santa Elena. Image: SiembraViva

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Bigger corporates have also used their capital to fund ethical gig platforms. Image: Handout courtesy of Koiki

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