'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,
This one day workshop on Friday October 28 at the Ecovillage in Cloughjordan is organised by NUI Galway School of Law, FEASTA, and Cultivate, and aims to explore the possible future applications of blockchain technology in the development and coherence of sustainable communities.
This presentation will take place on September 1 at 11:30 am. It will be about hydraulic fracturing and unconventional oil and gas – developed so far mainly in the USA and Australia but also a possible threat in the UK, Poland, the Ukraine and Latin America. You can read a transcript of the talk at https://scriptum.degrowth.net/en/DG2016/public/events/203.…
The third annual summer forum will take place in The Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier St, Dublin, from 10am to 4pm on on Saturday June 11th 2016.
The forum is a good chance to meet basic income advocates, learn more about basic income, and to contribute your own ideas. In the morning, the theme is “Basic Income for Men and Women”.
You can read more and reserve a place at