Opinion

25th April 2018

Chris Goulden’s recent JRF blog post about Citizen’s Basic Income

Chris Goulden, who works for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, has written a new blog post about Citizen’s Basic Income: If pressed, I’d say UBI opens up a helpful debate about Read More

19th March 2018

Two new articles about Citizen’s Basic Income

Amelia Womack has written How a universal basic income could help women in abusive relationships in The Independent: … Unlike benefits or wages, UBI payments would be attached to and follow individuals, irrespective Read More

26th February 2018

Debating Citizen’s Basic Income at the LSE

An event at the LSE on Tuesday 20th February was a microcosm of the now extensive debate on Citizen’s Basic Income. Morning and afternoon sessions, which were held at The Read More

26th February 2018

Beveridge rebooted at the London School of Economics

On Tuesday 20th February 2018 the LSE hosted a Citizen’s Basic Income day. About 150 people attended the morning and afternoon sessions, and 400 the evening debate. In the morning there Read More

18th February 2018

The Royal Society of Arts’ new report suggesting a Universal Basic Opportunity Fund

Anthony Painter, Jake Thorold and Charlie Young have written a report entitled Pathways to Universal Basic Income: The case for a Universal Basic Opportunity Fund. The authors write this: In Read More

12th February 2018

An animation, and an LSE blog post

Kurzgesagt has published an animation about Citizen’s Basic Income. Click here to see it. And the LSE Review of Books has published an article in preparation for the LSE Festival Read More

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