Unconditional Basic Income Europe
Unconditional Basic Income Europe (UBIE) is an international network connecting activists and initiatives from 25 countries. We advocate for the implementation of Basic Income in Europe and its recognition as a Universal Human Right. As a result of our efforts, basic income is now entering the policy agenda in many European countries and on a European Union (EU) level. Together with you, we want to push this development even further.
UBIE’s Vice Chair, Alessandra Bianchi, was selected as a citizen panelist alongside two other to talk about the future of the European Welfare State with László Andor, Secretary General of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and former EU...
On 25 September, the collection of statements of support for the European Citizens’ Initiative will begin, with the ultimate aim of establishing Unconditional Basic Incomes throughout the European Union, in all 27 member states.
Philippe Van Parijs on how the Corona-crisis has influenced public discussion about Basic Income in Europe and political opportunities for its introduction.
The final results of FInland’s two-year basic income experiment offer way more positive findings than the reserved or outright negative coverage that the majority of the media reporting would suggest.
As the public debate on basic income grows, so too does interest in public opinion on basic income policy. Hence, the Dalia Research surveys on basic income support, the Ipsos Mori Survey (UK) and most recently, the last round of the European Social Survey, have all...
Reflecting on the critical global challenges that we are soon to confront, it is important to consider the repercussions that an Unconditional Basic Income (UBI) for all European citizens would have for entrepreneurship, progress, fairness and sustainability, and to...