The Covid-19 pandemic and the cost of living crisis have fast tracked UBI to the top table of political debate throughout much of the democratic world. Now is the time to act, to make sure that UBI is widely discussed by everyone from citizens to politicians and policy makers.
If you believe a Basic Income is a better solution for providing a floor of financial security for all, here are a few things you can do right now to help –
Get your voice heard
The UK UBI movement has created a Cross-Party Parliamentary and Local Government Working Group (CPPLG) to discuss and promote UBI. Take a couple of minutes to ask your local representative to join and participate in this group.
Join our mailing list
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Get Active – Join your local UBI group
Join a Basic Income group near you, or even create one! The UBI Lab Network is a great place to start. They have local groups up and down the country and are always looking for more people to join. If there isn’t one near you, you can create it!
Work with us – Volunteer
In order to run the projects that we now need to run, we’re going to need some help. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any of the following skills or anything else we haven’t thought of –
- Writing and content creation
- Video and animation film making
- Marketing, Social Media or PR
- Survey and Research
- Number crunching and data
- Fund raising
Pay our bills – Donate
These are financially tough times for many of us and there are many ways for you to help. But if you are in the fortunate situation of being cash rich and time poor, we would be extremely grateful for any financial help you can provide. You can rest assured that every penny will go towards growing the UBI debate in the UK
Help with research on Basic Income
The evidence is pretty overwhelming that Basic Income is good for individuals and for communities. But we need more work in this field! We have a list of researchers on UBI. Why not get in touch with them and give them a hand? Or if you are already doing work in this field, let us know using the form on that page, and we will add you to the list.