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Tag Archives: social policy
Universal Basic Income: Is it the only cornerstone of a just society?
Posted on 15 March, 2017 by The Steady State Manchester team
Read this as a pdf Carolyn Kagan Steady State Manchester The momentum in favour of universal basic income is gathering. John McDonnell, the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, recently announced the Labour Party was establishing a working group to investigate … Continue reading →
Universal Basic Income (or Citizen’s Income) – a digest of issues
Posted on 9 May, 2016 by The Steady State Manchester team
Universal basic income (UBI) is an unconditional, income paid to every individual as a right of citizenship. Steady State Manchester is increasingly interested in the relationship between work and income as the number of relatively secure, decently paid jobs reduces … Continue reading →
Posted in key concepts, social policy | Tagged Carolyn Kagan, citizens income, economy, future of work, policy, precariat, social policy, universal basic income (UBI), viable economy | 6 Comments
Care, community and contribution in the viable economy
Posted on 25 June, 2015 by judith515
What will communities look like in a viable economy, how will we care for one another? We have a range of thoughts and feelings and are curious to know whether they resonate with yours. We are scared about how the … Continue reading →
Posted in social policy, Viable Economy | Tagged basic income, citizens income, co-production, community, conviviality, core economy, health, nef, social care, social policy, viable economy, well-being | 4 Comments
Greater Manchester still needs to join up its policies – for a Viable Economy.
Posted on 5 August, 2014 by The Steady State Manchester team
The focus of GM policy is driven by economic development and growth, with comparatively less emphasis on environmental or social considerations, or at least, less integration between them. In particular, there is less policy emphasis placed on social inclusion, equality … Continue reading →