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Tag Archives: future of work
Universal Basic Income: The Cornerstone of a Just Society?
On a cold January day, the room of about 60 people was buzzing towards the end of Karl Widerquist’s talk on Universal Basic Income: The Cornerstone of a Just Society at the SSM/MMU event on January 30th 2017. Later that … Continue reading
Posted in economics, event reports, key concepts Tagged Carolyn Kagan, citizens income, economy, future of work, income, universal basic income (UBI) 3 Comments
Amazing cafe conversations!
This blog tells you about our next cafe conversation and gives feedback on our last one ‘Let’s talk about the future of work and income’ held in March. The next one is on the EU Referendum. It is … Continue reading
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Join our conversation about work and income
Monday 21st March at Cross St Chapel from 6.30-8.30pm Continue reading
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