Basic Income Ireland's Annual Forum, entitled 'Work: What’s Basic Income Got To Do With It?’, will take place at the Carmelite Centre in Dublin on September 16. Meanwhile on October 7, in Derry, there will be a discussion on 'A Basic Income - A Future with Dignity'.
Stop Climate Chaos, of which Feasta is a member, is organising an event in Dublin on the evening of July 22 which will feature an array of fun and informative activities for kids and adults alike with a focus on climate change and sustainability.
The world’s first conference on world basic income will be held in Manchester (UK) on 4th February 2017. The event will explore a new practical solution to global inequality and poverty. Feasta’s Caroline Whyte, who is involved in the CapGlobalCarbon campaign, will be on a conference panel discussing practicalities.
The organisers write:
“To find out more about the proposal for worldwide basic income, please see WBI’s website at www.worldbasicincome.org.uk.
With speakers from a wide range of disciplines and organisations including The Guardian, BIEN, Share The World’s Resources, CapGlobalCarbon, Manchester Migrant Solidarity, national basic income movements, political parties and universities, the …
'Tomorrow / Demain' the César-winning documentary is being screened at IFI, the Irish Film Institute in Temple Bar, Dublin this Sunday 20th November at 1pm.
Social Justice Ireland’s Annual Social Policy Conference 2016 will focus on Basic Income, the theory behind it, and how it can be applied in practice. Themes will include "Citizenship Rights and
Responsibilities – The role of Basic Income", "Basic Income in Practice – International experience", and "Basic Income in Ireland – Options for implementation". Speakers will include Ville-Veikko Pulkka of Finland and Sjir Hoeijmakers of the Netherlands, as well as Feasta trustee Michelle Murphy.
A workshop faciliated by John Sharry and John Gibbons, Thursday 27th October 2.00 – 4:30pm VENUE: Tailors Hall Christchurch, Dublin 8,