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ReCivitas project at Oxford 1 Feb 2016

by George Bangham The ReCivitas project has paid an unconditional basic income…
Basic income on the doorstep

Basic income on the doorstep

Speech given at Unison West Midlands Region meeting, 25 February 2016 by…
“Wheels on the Bus”

“Wheels on the Bus”

The Wheels on the Bus invokes a world of endless commuting where the rain never ends, the flow of people never ebbs, and the turning of the wheels (oh the turning!) never ceases.

Basic Income: How do we get there?  Thursday, December 3, 2015

Basic Income: How do we get there? Thursday, December 3, 2015

Brian Eno, David Graeber, Frances Coppola will be leading a discussion facilitated…
Supply and Demand

Supply and Demand

The connections between supply, demand and inflation are well-known. However, when a…
Tough (the toughest) challenge

Tough (the toughest) challenge

If we are serious about basic income we need to be clear on the costs implied – some of those costs may be large enough to give long pause for thought. Immigration is undoubtedly the largest and most pressing of these costs.

‘My life experience was tantamount to worthless’ Freelancing Precariat

by Rebecca Ridolfo© Recently, I saw Guy Standing interviewed on the Keiser…

UBI and alcoholism (or other substance addictions): exploring the argument against UBI

During discussions on UBI I have participated in, some sceptics have raised…