Written by Melinda Kelemen, Senior Expert at Diesis Network.

“There is no democracy at work without worker involvement. These days democracy – including economic democracy – is even more important than ever when we witness decline in democratic trends especially in politics in certain countries what has a profound effect on all areas of life. Democracy starts and manifest at lower levels, democracy at work and democracy at home are basic ingredients.  But what does this mean when we talk about democracy at work?”

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