‘Work: What’s Basic Income Got To Do With It?’
Sat, Sept 16th, 2017 from 1000 – 1600 in Dublin at the Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier St.
Basic Income Ireland invites you to mark International Basic Income Week 2017 by joining them at their Annual Forum.
In the morning session, a highly participative format will give every participant a chance to contribute to thinking on the forum’s theme of work and basic income. In the afternoon, author and film director Gerard Stembridge will moderate a discussion about the ideas that have emerged during the morning and will act as ‘keynote listener’ for the day.
Venue: Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
This is a free event, with a light lunch provided. Donations accepted on the day.
Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/work-whats-basic-income-got-to-do-with-it-tickets-36670762237
About the keynote listener:
Gerard Stembridge is an author, playwright, screenwriter, director, broadcaster and co-creator of, among many things, the legendary Scrap Saturday satirical radio series. His most recent book, a novel called What She Saw, was published this year.
A Basic Income – A Future with Dignity
Sat Oct 7th 1300 to 1700 at St Columb’s Park House, Derry, 4 Limavady Road, Derry, BT47 6JY, United Kingdom
This event offers an afternoon of participative information sharing and conversation about basic income. Brief presentations will explain the concept of a Basic Income and describe some of the possibilities that it can both release human creativity and be a real alternative to the present welfare system.
The main business will begin at 14.00. A light lunch will be provided at 13.00 and there will be time for informal meeting and greeting. This is a free event (including lunch).
Many thanks to Portrush Film Theatre and the Compassionate Communities Project at St Columb’s Park House for generously sponsoring this event.
Please register at Note: Feasta is a forum for exchanging ideas. By posting on its site Feasta agrees that the ideas expressed by authors are worthy of consideration. However, there is no one ‘Feasta line’. The views of the article do not necessarily represent the views of all Feasta members.
Note: Feasta is a forum for exchanging ideas. By posting on its site Feasta agrees that the ideas expressed by authors are worthy of consideration. However, there is no one ‘Feasta line’. The views of the article do not necessarily represent the views of all Feasta members.