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May
19
Sat
Universal Basic Income – A green answer to future challenges of the labour market? – Antwerp(BE) @ unkown location
May 19 @ 12:00 – 15:30

In 2017, the Green European Foundation started, with the support of different national partner foundations a transnational project on basic income with the objective to refine the concepts behind Universal Basic Income and contribute to the Europeanisation of the debate while taking into consideration the huge differences of social security systems across Europe. To this end, we formed a basic income expert group with representatives of Spain, Catalonia, Switzerland, Germany, Serbia, Belgium and Greece. In 2018, the focus of the ‘Basic Income for all EU Citizens?‘ project lies on the financial concepts and on formulating first ideas for a European pilot project on basic income that can deliver comparable results for different European countries.

About the event

During this session, we aim to make the link of those discussions to the broader debate on the future of work and whether basic income can become part of the Green answer to the challenges the labour market is currently facing. At the same time, the session shall serve as an opportunity to exchange on examples and different ideas of Green parties across Europe.

We will organise an interactive session, using the “fish bowl” method: the discussion starts in a semi-circle with one moderator and the three panelists and two empty chairs; after the first input by the moderator and the three panelists, the audience is invited to fill the empty chairs and take the role of panelists themselves; after the input the chairs have to be left to other participants.

Finally, the workshop will provide an opportunity to present the results of a planned survey we launched on the state of play of the UBI debate within the different Green parties across Europe as well as in the national public discourses.

Moderators

  • Ville Ylikahri, GEF Board Member, Secretary General in the Green Cultural and Education Centre – Visio in Finland, representative of project expert group for Finland;
  • Susanne Rieger, GEF Co-President, responsible for European issues and European relations in the Catalan Green foundation Fundació Nous Horitzons (FNH), Project coordinator of the GEF transnational project on Basic Income.

Speakers

  • Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn, Member of Parliament, Germany
  • Julen Bollain, Member of the Basque Parliament, economist & researcher specialised in unconditional basic income, Spain
  • Predrag Momcilovic, Executive Committee Member Federation of Young European Greens, journalist, PhD student on political ecology and degrowth, Serbia
  • Irina Studhalter, Local Councillor Lucerne & political campaigner, Switzerland
  • Natalie Bennett, politician and journalist, former leader of Green Party of England and Wales, United Kingdom

 

Website: http://gef.eu/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GEF_Europe
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/greeneuropeanfdn

May
23
Wed
Time to rethink the European Central Bank – Brussels (BE) @ KBR Royal Library of Brussels, auditorum Lippens
May 23 @ 17:00 – 21:00

Since the election of President Macron in France, an intense debate is taking place over the future governance of the Eurozone, including calls for a Eurozone finance minister, a European Monetary Fund and a Eurozone budget. However, less attention is being paid to the prospects for reforming the Eurozone cornerstone’s institution itself: the European Central Bank (ECB).

Mario Draghi pledged to do “whatever it takes” to preserve the euro, and through its quantitative easing programme, the ECB has played an important role in rescuing the Eurozone economy. But this has come at a cost. The ECB’s monetary policy has attracted heavy criticism from across the political spectrum, with many challenging the ECB’s legitimacy, and questioning its ability to respond to the next crisis.

Early 2018, Positive Money Europe was founded as a new Brussels-based nonprofit organisation whose role is to scrutinize the ECB and offer proposals to improve monetary policy in the Eurozone.

At the occasion of our launch, we are delighted to invite you for this conference. It will feature two keynote speeches by distinguished speakers. Former governor of the Bank of Spain Miguel Angel Fernandez-Ordoñez will outline a fresh perspective on how the monetary system could be made more stable and safe, and Professor Annelise Riles(Cornell University) will provide a critical but constructive perspective on the politics of central banking. Looking forward, we will host a panel debate on the prospects for future ECB reform, featuring MEPs Jonas Fernandez, Molly Scott-Cato, Bruegel’s director Guntram Wolff (tbc) and Boris Kisselevsky, Head of the European Central Bank representation in Brussels.

Afterwards, Positive Money will offer a reception.

Registration is mandatory for the event. Please register by clicking below:

SPEAKERS

MIGUEL ÁNGEL FERNÁNDEZ ORDÓÑEZ

Former Governor of Banco de España

Miguel Angel Fernandez-Ordoñez graduated from Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He initially lectured in Economic Policy at that University but has dedicated most of his career to the Public Administration, notably as State Secretary for the Economy, State Secretary for Trade, and State Secretary for Tax and Budget Policy, and was appointed as governor of the central bank of Spain from 2006 until 2012. He also worked in the OECD, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund and currently he teaches at the IE University in Madrid. His experience as economist and member of the governing council of the European Central Bank during the euro crisis has led him to explore new ideas on how to reform the money and banking system.

ANNELISE RILES

Professor of Law and Anthropology, Cornell University

Annelise Riles is the Jack G. Clarke Professor of Law in Far East Legal Studies and Professor of Anthropology at Cornell, and the founder of Meridian 180, a multilingual forum for transformative leadership. Her work focuses on the transnational dimensions of laws, financial markets and culture. Her previous book, Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets (Chicago Press 2011) was based on 15 years of fieldwork among central bankers, financial lawyers and regulators in Japan and the United States. Her most recent book “Financial Citizenship: Experts, Publics, and the Politics of Central Banking” outlines how a new relationship between central banks and the public can renew the legitimacy of central banks and address the democratic deficit in financial governance.

MOLLY SCOTT-CATO

Member of the European Parliament (Greens-EFA)

Molly Scott-Cato is a British Green politician, economist, environmental and community activist and current Member of the European Parliament since 2014. She studied politics, philosophy and economics at Oxford University and later gained a doctorate in economics from Aberystwyth. As MEP, Molly Scott-Cato seats in the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs where she focuses on sustainable finance and the monetary policy and is a member of the TAX3 Committee where she is working on tax evasion and tax avoidance.

JONÁS FERNÁNDEZ-ALVAREZ

Member of the European Parliament (Socialists & Democrats)

Jonás Fernández-Alvarez is a Spanish politician (PSOE) and member of the European Parliament since 2014 where he seats in the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee. In 2017, he was the rapporteur on the Parliament’s annual resolution on the European Central Bank. Jonás Fernández Álvarez holds an Executive MBA from IESE Business School (2010-12), MA in Economics and Finance from CEMFI-Bank of Spain (2002-04) and was chief economist of the consultancy firm Solchaga Recio & Asociados.

BORIS KISSELEVSKY

Head of the European Central Bank representation in Brussels

Head of the ECB representation in Brussels since 2017, he previously works at the IMF, the bank of Russia, the Banque de France and the ECB for many years.

GUNTRAM WOLFF

Director of Bruegel

Guntram Wolff is the Director of Bruegel. His research focuses on the European economy and governance, on fiscal and monetary policy and global finance. He regularly testifies at the European Finance Ministers’ ECOFIN meeting, the European Parliament, the German Parliament (Bundestag) and the French Parliament (Assemblée Nationale). From 2012-16, he was a member of the French prime minister’s Conseil d’Analyse Economique.

FRAN BOAIT

Positive Money’s Executive Director and a Director of the Board of Finance Watch

Fran is Positive Money’s Executive Director and a Director of the Board of Finance Watch. Fran studied Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge and went on to complete a PhD researching carbon dioxide storage.

Fran became interested in economics and money creation after realising that the huge environmental and inequality crises we face could not easily be fixed without re-thinking how the current economic system works, and how to redesign it. Fran has worked at various global organisations including the United Nations, Greenpeace and BP.

PROGRAMME

17h00

Introduction remarks

By Fran Boait, Executive director at Positive Money

And Benoit Lallemand, Secretary General of Finance Watch

Why Positive Money Europe?

By Stanislas Jourdan, Head of Positive Money Europe

“Secure Money and Banking Liberalization”

Keynote speech by Miguel Ángel Fernández Ordóñez, former governor of the Bank of Spain

Financial Citizenship: Experts, Publics, and the Politics of Central Banking

Keynote speech by Annelise Riles, Professor at Cornell Law School

18h00

Panel debate: Does the ECB need reforms?

  • Jonas Fernandez – MEP S&D
  • Molly Scott-Cato – MEP Greens
  • Boris Kisselevsky, Head of the European Central Bank representation in Brussels
  • Guntram Wolff – Director of Bruegel (tbc)
  • Annelise Riles

Moderation: Fran Boait, Positive Money

19-21h00

Cocktail reception

Jun
1
Fri
Basic Income: the Return of Robin Hood -European Youth Event – Strasbourg #EYE2018 @ European Parliament
Jun 1 – Jun 3 all-day

Every year the EU parliament organises a huge event called European Youth Event (EYE2018) in Strasbourg. It is a unique opportunity for young Europeans to meet and make their voices hear

Unconditional Basic Income Europe (UBIE) has put together a great delegation to the European Parliament’s European Youth Event this June in Strasbourg. 20 people from 10 different countries are ready to carry our vision to MEPs and 5000 other delegates from all over Europe. They will also participate in a roundtable discussion ‘Basic Income: the Return of Robin Hood?’

We need funding, please help: https://www.gofundme.com/ubie-eye2018

Our programme

  • Distribution of a booklet “UBI proposals for Europe” (if funded).
  • proposing meetings with MEPs

1 -2 June

  • Participation in EYE2018 activities
  • One UBIE speaker at the
    “Basic Income: Return of Robin Hood” roundtable

3 June

  • Internal workshop “Strategies to implement a European Basic Income”, opened to the public

Did you know that robots paying us a basic income could have been possible in 2017? 

MEP Mady Delvaux proposed a BI based on robot-tax. Only 14 votes were missing! The idea was to compensate the impact of automation on the European job market.

This is not our only proposal. UBIE is a non-profit organisation that aims at the implementation of the basic income in Europe and beyond. Euro-dividend, European wide basic income for children, Agrarian Basic income our Eco-basic income, the roads for a full basic income are plenty. In Strasbourg, we want to continue the dialogues with decision-makers and make new alliances with youth groups.

20 participants from 10 nationalities

Whether they are students, UBI researchers, UBI advocates or just new members discovering the world of EU advocacy, together they will increase their EU citizenship thanks to participation at this event. We hope they will network with advocates from other causes and bring something new back in their own countries. We also hope they will encourage their national groups to take Europe into account in their strategies for a social and fairer society.

Jun
27
Wed
ETUC/ETUI conference: The World(s) of Work in Transition – Brussel (BE) @ Hotel Thon Europe
Jun 27 – Jun 29 all-day

The world is being transformed in ways that will profoundly challenge human society. Trade unions facing these new realities can play an important part in shaping this future. With this in mind a major conference organised by the ETUC and ETUI will bring together globally-renowned experts to debate some of the most pressing issues confronting workers, unions and governments.

The conference will address several megatrends impacting working life. First, the free movement of capital, services and people is altering the allocation of jobs throughout the European internal market. Second, climate change and the energy transition are making many occupations obsolete, while at the same time creating new ‘green’ jobs in emerging sectors and industries. Third, the demographic transition is changing the structure of the labour force and challenging social security systems. Finally, the digitalisation of the economy is set to disrupt the processes of production, employment and work conditions on an unprecedented scale.

So far, these transitions have been studied and reflected on independently from one another. As a result, conclusions about what the future holds, and the ensuing policy recommendations, vary according to the particular transition in question. What is now needed is for the different projections to be put together and analysed in tandem in order to fully understand the multiple and complex consequences for the world of work. Will all these changes create one new world of work, or many? How can trade unions engage with these developments and what strategies are there to cope with them? What should a new industrial policy look like in the sectors severely affected – such as energy, transport and construction? What skills will be needed and how can trade unions participate to ensure that workers are offered the required training and education?

These are some of the questions the 3rd ETUC/ETUI conference on the future of work will deal with. The overall format – plenaries and smaller panels – has proven very successful and will remain the same. However, added emphasis will be put on enriching the debate and provoking discussion through innovative sessions and greater opportunities for interaction.

If you are interested in attending the conference please send an email to conference@etui.org

Follow the conference via social media at #etuWOW18.

PROGRAMME:

  • Wednesday 27 June 2018
    • 11:00-13:00 Plenary A: Global transitions and world(s) of work
    • 14:00-15:30
      • Panel 1 – Inclusive growth: a new, successful agenda for collective bargaining?
      • Panel 2 – Working conditions in an ageing society
      • Panel 3 – Company mobility fueled by digitalization and Europeanisation: how can we shore up workers’ rights?
      • Panel 4 – Employment forecasts and the digital, green and demographic transitions
      • Panel 5 – The impact of the digital transformation on job quality
    • 16:00-16:30 Keynote speech by Valdis Dombrovskis, responsible for the Euro and Social Dialogue, European Commission
    • 16:30-18:00
      • Plenary B: When the rich and powerful pretend they do not need us.
  • Thursday 28 June 2018
    • 09:00-10:30
      • Plenary C: Labour market composition and demographic change: can migrants and new technologies offset population ageing?
      • Plenary D: Climate change and the transition to a green economy: what does it mean for jobs?
    • 11:00-12:30
      • Panel 6 – The role of worker’s participation in addressing the digitalisation-driven Europeanisation strategies of MNCs
      • Panel 7 – The link between job quality and innovation: virtuous or vicious circles?
      • Panel 8 – Working time reduction as a trade union strategy for a changing world of work
      • Panel 9 – Social protection beyond the basic income
      • Panel 10 – Industrial policy for the green and digital economies
    • 13:30-15:00
      • Plenary E: Digitalisation and the new economy: disrupting production networks while tackling climate change?
      • Plenary F: Globalisation and Europeanisation: European solutions for global problems?
    • 15:30-17:00
      • Panel 11 – Psychosocial risks: shifting the perspective towards positive values
      • Panel 12 – The impact of automation on working conditions, health and safety
      • Panel 13 – Jobs in a clean, future automobile industry
      • Panel 14 – Youth engagement and the future of work
      • Panel 15 – Interactive panel: Using visuals to foresee and learn about change
    • 17:15-17:45 Keynote speech by Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Trade
    • 17:45-19:00
      • Plenary G: A New Economic Approach: what are the shortcomings of the current economic model, and how to fix them?
  • Friday 29 June 2018
    • 09:00-10:30
      • Panel 16 – How to integrate the transition challenges in the national trade union research agenda?
      • Panel 17 – The rise of China as a technology superpower – what does this mean for European jobs?
      • Panel 18 – The four transitions: what skills do we need, and how do we provide them?
      • Panel 19 – The future of work: perspectives from the ILO
      • Panel 20 – Interactive panel: Discussing scenarios for 2030
    • 11:00-11:30
      • Young trade-unionists’ discussion on managing transitions
      • Visual Harvesting
    • 11:30-13:00
      • Plenary H: Social Dialogue: how can we create a common agenda for Social Europe?

 

Download programme: https://www.etui.org/content/download/34280/329137/file/rptAllactivities_bookletA4.pdf

Jul
18
Wed
DemCon 2018 – International Democracy Convention – Balbriggan (IE) @ Bracken Court Hotel
Jul 18 @ 18:00 – Jul 19 @ 20:00

The Democracy Convention – or DemCon – is an annual gathering of academics, NGOs, activists, journalists and technologists who understand that we are on the cusp of major changes in how democracy is exercised around the world. DemCon seeks to create the conditions for building a real, immediate, non-intermediated democracy with regular and deep citizen participation by learning from organisations and people engaged in moving democracy forward.

Speaker for Basic Income is our US activist Scott Santens, full time basic income writer.

Join us in Balbriggan to learn how to use the technologies that will drive the future of democracy – from the experts who build them and the organisations who use them.

DemCon is organised by the Solonian Democracy Institute, a non-profit think tank that takes its name from the statesman who ushered in reforms that created the foundations for the development of democracy in ancient Athens.

Aug
23
Thu
Nordic UBI-day – Tampere (Finland)
Aug 23 @ 12:00 – 18:30

The Nordic day of the BIEN 2018 congress will be held in the afternoon of the 23rd of August in advance of the official opening of the congress. Everyone participating in the congress is invited to take part in this Nordic session, which will be held in English.

The main idea of the Nordic UBI Day session consists of the following thematic outlines:

A representative from each of the five Nordic countries will give a picture of the national situation in relation to the implementation of a basic income. Which are the concrete proposals that are on the political agenda? How large is the potential support for different ideas? How well does a BI fit the relatively universal Nordic welfare systems? What can we learn from the different experiences? There will be both separate presentations and a panel, during which the audience can ask questions and make comments.

Please register for the Nordic UBI Day HERE.


PROGRAM 
(preliminary, changes possible)

 

12.00 – 12.10 Opening of the Nordic UBI Day
Prof. emeritus Pertti Koistinen, chair of the BIEN 2018 Congress LOC
12.10 – 13.10 Part one: Basic Income (BI) discourses in Finland, and how could BI be applied to
enhance Nordic welfare
Part two: Ethics of UBI by the chair of BIEN Finland Pekka Elonheimo
Part three: Experiences of Finland’s UBI experiment by its participant
13.10 – 13.20 Comments, questions, answers on Finland’s share of the Nordic UBI Day
13.20 – 13.40 Denmark. BI-discourses in Denmark, and how could BI be applied to enhance
Nordic welfare
Martin B. Michaelsen, Board Member of BIEN Denmark
 
13.40 – 13.50 Comments, questions, answers on Denmark’s share of the Nordic UBI Day
13.50 – 14.10 Coffee break
14.10 – 14.30 Iceland. BI-discourses in Iceland, and how could BI be applied to enhance
Nordic welfare
Halldóra Mogensen, Member of Iceland’s Parliament and BIEN Iceland
 
14.30 – 14.40 Comments, questions, answers on Iceland’s share of the Nordic UBI Day
14.40 – 15.00 Norway. BI-discourses in Norway, and how could BI be applied to enhance
Nordic welfare
Øyvind Steensen, Spokesman of BIEN Norge
 
15.00 – 15.10 Comments, questions, answers on Norway’s share of the Nordic UBI Day
15.10 – 15.30 Break
15.30 – 15.50 Sweden. BI-discourses in Sweden, and how could BI be applied to enhance
Nordic welfare
Lena Stark, Founder of Swedish basic income party, Member of UBIE since 2014
15.50 – 16.00 Comments, questions, answers on Sweden’s share of the Nordic UBI Day
Comments on the previous speeches
16.00 – 16.30 Break
16.30 – 17.15 Speech of Rutger Bregman
17.15 – 17.45 Interview to promote Rutger Bregman‘s new book
17.45 – 18.30 Book selling and autographs in the lobby outside the auditorium

 

The representative speakers are asked to submit their abstracts, photos and biographical notes via this form

For further information, please contact Jan Otto Andersson (janderss@abo.fi) or Jouko Hemmi (jouko.hemmi@hotmail.fi), members of the local organising committee  of BIEN 2018 Congress.

Sep
13
Thu
UBIE Summer School on the Politics of Basic Income – Barcelona (ES) @ venue will follow
Sep 13 – Sep 16 all-day

The first ever UBIE Summer School on the Politics of Basic Income will take place in Barcelona, from 13 to 16 September, 2018. Experts, policy-makers and civil society activists have been invited to speak about the opportunities and challenges of basic income in EU politics, with a specific focus on the 2019 European Elections.

Learn, discuss and build a European campaign with Unconditional Basic Income Europe! Let us try to understand together the political opportunities and challenges of making basic income a hot topic in the political marketplace of ideas in the European Union. Join us for the first European Summer School of UBIE in Barcelona, 13-16 September 2018!

The main outcome of the Summer School should be a concrete campaign plan to promote basic income during the 2019 European Elections. To achieve this, we plan to structure the programme in the following way:

The planned programme of the event is as follows:

  • Thursday 13th: Welcome Dinner
  • Friday 14th: Lectures and roundtables with invited experts
  • Saturday 15th: Workshops to develop a campaign plan for the 2019 European Elections
  • Sunday 16th: Finalising the campaign plan and sightseeing in Barcelona with UBIE activists!

UBIE does not have a huge budget for this event – which means that it can only be a success if you lend us a hand. There is plenty on things to do in preparation for the event, e.g. programme coordination (identifying and inviting speakers), participant coordination (following up registrations, helping with travel arrangements), logistics (accommodation, catering, equipments), internal and external communications, budgeting/fundraising, leaflet and programme design…

Barcelona started conducting a minimum income trial experiment (known as “B-MINCOME”) last year, which many local people would like to develop into an actual basic income pilot. So we will also use the opportunity to discuss with local politicians and project partners how this attempt could increase public support for a real paradigm shift in social policies – towards a fully unconditional basic income.

Would you rather help out during the event? There are plenty of tasks, like participant coordination, event assistant, speaker assistant, and translator.

Can you help in any other way? Do you have questions? We will be delighted to hear! Please write to barcelona2018@ubie.org to let us know any way in which you can help before or during this event!

Going to join us? Great! Please fill in the registration form and do not forget to indicate how you can help!

We will organise a coordination phone call during next week to discuss preparations with all those who wish to help make this happen. The date and time is yet to be confirmed.

Greetings on behalf of the organising team,

Leire, Dániel and Barb

Sep
15
Sat
Hidden Productivity – Unlocking Economic Value with Basic Income in Ireland – Dublin @ Books Upstairs
Sep 15 @ 10:00 – 12:00

The Forum takes place on the morning after Frances Coppola’s public lecture. We will spend some time reflecting on what Frances had to say and drawing out relevant aspects for the current situation in Ireland. We will also have a short participatory  exercise and two inputs,one on Women and Basic Income and the other on Basic Income and the Artist. These will be interwoven with poetry and musical pieces.  Weather permitting this will be followed by a picnic lunch in Merrion Square at the Basic Income Ireland Tree.

Sep
17
Mon
Deutschlands 24h-BGE-Hotline #wochedesgrundeinkommens @ Ganz Deutschland
Sep 17 – Sep 23 all-day

Inerhalb der Woche des Grundeinkommens gibt es eine durchgehende “24h-BGE-Hotline”  in Form eines Telefonkonferenzraums am Thema Bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen (BGE).

Telefonnummer (+49) 030/63417989 Raum 6499

Alle Neuinteressierte wo BGE-Kenner aus der deutschlandweiten BGE-Community stehen für Fragen Rede&Antwort zur Verfügung.

Sollten Anrufer nachdem sie Telefonnummer und Raumnummer eingegeben und ihren Namen (Vorname ausreichend) gesagt haben, Musik im Telefonkonferenzraum hören ist wider Erwarten (noch) kein BGE-Kenner im Telefonkonferenzraum.

Die Telefonnummer ist eine normale Festnetznummer in Deutschland, d.h. es entstehen für die Anrufer die normalen Kosten für einen Festnetzanruf in/nach Deutschland, sprich wer eine Festnetzflatrate hat, dem entstehen keine Kosten.

Diese “24h-BGE-Hotline” ist primär gedacht für Alle, die noch gar keine Vorstellung vom Bedingungslosen Grundeinkommen (BGE) haben und mit den 4 Kriterien des Netzwerk Grundeinkommen www.grundeinkommen.de/grundeinkommen/idee/ Verständnisschwierigkeiten haben:

Ein Grundeinkommen ist ein Einkommen, das eine politische Gemeinschaft bedingungslos jedem ihrer Mitglieder gewährt. Es soll

  • die Existenz sichern und gesellschaftliche Teilhabe ermöglichen,
  • einen individuellen Rechtsanspruch darstellen sowie
  • ohne Bedürftigkeitsprüfung und
  • ohne Zwang zu Arbeit oder anderen Gegenleistungen garantiert werden.”Sollten diesbezüglich keine BGE-Neuinteressierten im Telefonkonferenzraum sein, können selbstverständlich auch die deutschlandweiten BGE-Kenner sich untereinander austauschen und ggf. vernetzen.

Insofern diverse BGE-Initiativen als ‘Gastgeber’ in der Facebook-Veranstaltung erscheinen bedeutet dies nicht, dass diese Veranstalter im rechtlichen Sinne oder verantwortlich für diese Aktion sind. Es ist auch nicht garantiert, dass diese als BGE-Kenner im Telefonkonferenzraum sein werden.

Siehe auch auf www.facebook.com/events/314221096049882/

Wer noch als BGE-Kenner mitmachen möchte meldet sich bitte entweder bei der Initiative Grundeinkommen Berlin www.grundeinkommenberlin.wordpress.com/kontakt/ bzw. www.facebook.com/pg/InitiativeGrundeinkommenBerlin/about/ oder über den Messenger der Facebook-Seiten der diversen BGE-Initiativen in Deutschland welche alle die dafür notwendige Information/Link haben sollten.

Diese Aktion findet im Rahmen der 11. Internationalen Woche des Grundeinkommens (Basic Income Week) Mo-So 17.-23.09.2018 statt.
#Grundeinkommenswoche #basicincomeweek
www.woche-des-grundeinkommens.eu
www.basicincomeweek.org
www.facebook.com/events/197189157604064/

Programme du 11ème semaine internationale du revenu de base (FR) @ Toute de la France
Sep 17 – Sep 23 all-day

Cette année, la 11ème semaine internationale du revenu de base se tient du 17 au 23 septembre, avec pour devise : « Revenu de base : un revenu sur lequel vous pouvez compter ! »

Cette année encore, le réseau mondial pour le revenu de base organise une semaine complète dédiée à cette question dans de nombreux pays. En France, nous y participons de nouveau cette année ! Voici les événements prévus dans nos contrées, autour des projections du film Jour de paye – Vers un revenu universel (voir le communiqué de presse officiel) :

  • 17 septembre à 20h : au cinéma Le Méliès à Montreuil avec Stéphane Troussel, Président du Conseil départemental de la Seine-Saint-Denis, Abdennour Bidar, philosophe et Julien Bayou, président de l’association MonRevenuDeBase (contact@mfrbmontreuil.info)
  • 17 septembre à 20h : au cinéma Comoedia à Lyon (lyon@revenudebase.info)
  • 7 septembre à 20h : au cinéma Le Vox-Mayenne à Mayenne (rennes@revenudebase.info)
  • 18 septembre à 20h30 : au cinéma Vox de Rambouillet (yvelines@revenudebase.info)
  • 19 septembre à 20h30 : au cinéma de Fontenay-le-Fleury (paris@revenudebase.info)
  • 19 septembre à 20h30 : au cinéma Le Saint-André-des-Arts à Paris, débat organisé par Génération.s, avec Michel Pouzol, ancien député, membre de Génération.s et Jean-Eric Hyafil, économiste spécialiste du revenu universel (paris@revenudebase.info)
  • 19 septembre à 21h : à Monein, près de Pau (contact@revenudebase.info)
  • 20 septembre à 20h : au cinéma Cinéma Bonne Garde à Nantes (nantes@revenudebase.info)
  • 20 septembre à 20h30 : à Salies-de-béarn (contact@revenudebase.info)
  • 20 septembre : au cinéma Le Saint-André-des-Arts à Paris (paris@revenudebase.info)
  • 20 septembre à 21h : au cinéma Rex à Blagnac, près de Toulouse (toulouse@revenudebase.info)
  • 21 septembre à 20h30 : au cinéma Le Saint-André-des-Arts à Paris, avec Nicole Teke, chargée des relations publiques au MFRB, Frédéric Bosqué, fondateur de TERA (projet expérimental d’éco-village ainsi qu’un.e membre de l’association MonRevenuDeBase (paris@revenudebase.info)
  • 22 septembre à 17h : à la Maison des associations du 10ème arrondissement de Paris« Le revenu de base : au service de la transition écologique ? », débat avec Jean-Marie Bonnemayre, président du CNAFAL, Sarah Tartarin, co-présidente d’Une Monnaie pour Paris  !, Léa Carlat, signataire du manifeste pour une Dotation Inconditionnelle d’Autonomie et Frédéric Bosqué fondateur de TERA, projet expérimental d’éco-village (paris@revenudebase.info)
  • 22-23 septembre : à la salle municipale de l’Université Populaire de Nantes(nantes@revenudebase.info)
  • 23 septembre à 18h15 : au Cinéville à Rennes (rennes@revenudebase.info)

 

https://www.revenudebase.info/2018/09/03/septembre-2018-11eme-semaine-internationale-revenu-de-base/