Basic Income advocates launch a #SignStorm in the EU
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A new paper analyses the Pope’s statements on basic income and places them in a sociological and theological context.
Join us this spring at the UBIE Athens Academy, to share knowledge, develop campaigns and foster networking around Basic Income!
Our Youth Group advocated for Basic Income at the European Parliament!
UBIE, in collaboration with BIEN, held a session on Basic Income at a local level, during the Fundamental Rights Forum 2021.
In the wake of the 14th International Basic Income Week, three events in Greece initiated the discussion on the vitality of Basic Income and what we have learned from
Help UBIE send 20 young citizens to the European Youth Event 2021 to advocate for Basic Income directly at the European Parliament! We have an incredible opportunity to empower the voice of youth and put Basic Income on the agenda but we need your support.
A European alliance of 18 European Citizens' Initiatives and organisations calls for the official extension of Europe Day to "EU Sign Day" in order to strengthen citizens' participation in European Union policies. With a level of awareness of 2.4%, the European...
EU leaders should show real commitment to the needs of European citizens facing precarious situations. It is time to move towards an unconditional guarantee of economic existence and dignity for all.
Last year two important petitions for Basic Income started in Austria. To their success is tied the future of the movement.
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As the French social security system is very strong, Basic Income would not revolutionize its core but merely be the continuity of its expansion.
Basic Income is gaining momentum in Italy. It was endorsed by the Minister of Labor, several politicians and even the Pope. The challenge will be to convert this new enthusiasm to consistent collective participation.
The new coalition government committed to a UBI pilot, possibly focusing on the arts and culture.
Several parties are now in favor of UBI, the upcoming March elections will be decisive.
The Spanish media have spoken about UBI in 2020 far more than in the rest of its history. 56% of Spaniards are in favor of UBI.
In December 2020, the co-president of the party, Rajae Maouane, proposed an Unconditional Basic Income for the young between 18 and 26 years old.
17 city councils and the Welsh Senned are calling on the government to allow them to run basic income pilots!
UBIE started organising digital Basic Income Beer meetings on the 20th of every month – join us on Discord!