Opinion

14th July 2019

Opportunities for fraud

The Guardian has reported that criminals are using Universal Credit claimants’ identities to claim the loans designed to tide people over the wait before Universal Credit payments begin. Tens of Read More

2nd July 2019

Digital by default

Philip Alston, UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, and Christiaan van Veen, a special advisor on new technologies and human rights, have written an article for The Read More

2nd July 2019

Some rather diverse reports

A number of reports were published in a short period of time at the end of April and the beginning of May. On the 23rd April, Philip Alston, the United Read More

2nd July 2019

Basic Income and cryptocurrency

Those who try to introduce change (into organisations or into any other community) know that it is wise to do it gradually and, if at all possible, while pretending that Read More

10th June 2019

Citizen’s Basic Income as a tool for the empowerment of minorities

The European Centre for Minority Issues has published a working paper by Sonja Wolf and Craig Willis, Universal Basic Income as a tool of empowerment for minorities. Minority empowerment is a Read More

7th June 2019

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 Read More