Feasta is co-hosting two webinars on May 10 and May 17, at noon EST/5pm GMT, which will explore the experience and the imperative of instituting a Universal Basic Income (UBI) for all people.
The discussion will cover these topics and more:
1. the results of the UBI experiments in Finland and the US;
2. where the money can be found to provide everyone with income;
3. what the impacts might be on work, consumption and inflation;
4. and what steps we will need to take to make UBI a reality.
The discussions will include members of Feasta North America as well as special guests:
Elinor Buchen, US
Office of Mayor Libby Schaaf, Oakland, CA
Mayors for a Guaranteed Income
Maruka Turunen, Finland
Government of Finland
Greg Nasif, US
Enno Schmidt, Germany
Co-Founder of Switzerland’s UBI Initiative
Scott Santens, US
Co-author of What Do We Do About Inequality?
FEASTA North America participants include:
Brent Ranalli, US
Author of Common Wealth Dividends: History and Theory
Mike Sandler, US
Alison Macintyre, Canada
Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society, and Technology, Queensland University of Technology
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