Natalie Bennett on Citizen’s Basic Income as a women’s cause

The Green European Journal has published an article by Natalie Bennett, Basic Income has always been a women’s cause.

In a deeply gendered society, how might a basic income impact men and women differently? Could basic income be harnessed as a tool in the fight for women’s rights? Bringing a feminist perspective to the basic income discussion foregrounds a distinct set of concerns and virtues of the proposal. Natalie Bennett recalls the long 20th-century history of women’s struggles in the UK to make the feminist case for a universal basic income. …

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