Calendar

If you have an event in your region, please use the event-form to send it in:
https://basicincomeweek.org/event-form/

 

At the moment, there are 3 each one worldwide synchronized Basic Income Week actions and projects:

  1. until Sunday 22nd September 2019 “Basic Income Week Campaign”:
    overlay your Facebook profile picture www.facebook.com/BasicIncomeWeek/posts/995055477506728/ or direct www.facebook.com/profilepicframes/?selected_overlay_id=666500437198081
  2. at Friday 20th September 2019 “2nd International Basic Income Beer – [City/Location]”:
    Since 2018 a worldwide synchronized regular table every year on the Friday evening of the International Basic Income Week where the local basic income groups meet in as many places as possible worldwide in a relaxed atmosphere for food & drink in cafes, bars, pubs, restaurants, etc. to exchange, network and at the same time on the topic basic income Interested local information materials/flyer and give speech & answer.
    This can be done from small mini basic income regular table in small villages with 3 people and a simple sign up to large basic income regular table (as a small mini basic income fair) with information tables, speeches, presentations, free food & drinks, live Music/Band, Social Media Greetings, Live Switch to basic income regular tables in other cities and countries.
    It is also a good time to reactivate or re-establish basic income initiatives through basic income regular tables!
    (Possibly change/translate the title in your language e.g. german “2. Internationaler BGE-Stammtisch – [Stadt/Region]”.)
    E.g.:
    Berlin (Germany), “2. Internationaler BGE-Stammtisch – Berlin” www.facebook.com/events/727312807612798/ or www.grundeinkommenberlin.wordpress.com/infos/#2
  3. at Saturday 26st September 2019 “Basic Income March – [City/Location]”:
    “The Basic Income March, led by Basic Income NYC, is set for September 26, 2019. It might be accompanied by Basic Income Marches in other cities on the same day.” www.basicincome.org/news/2019/07/a-march-for-basic-income-will-take-place-in-new-york-city-september-21-2019/
    due to time organizing the date is moved forward to 26thseptember, next your we hope to have a sychronized event within Basic Income Week
    E.g.:
    New York City (USA), www.facebook.com/events/2475965342623015/ or www.facebook.com/BasicIncomeMarch/ or www.basicincomemarch.com

Please simple set-up Facebook page Basic Income Week as co-host to your Facebook event and we will see and add your event to our Facebook page and list over here. https://www.facebook.com/events/310298613181576

Also check: https://www.facebook.com/pg/BasicIncomeWeek/events/

 

Sep
17
Thu
Borgerlønn og “Frihet, likhet og brorskap” – finnes det en sammenheng? – Oslo (NO) 17 sept. 2015 @ Oslo
Sep 17 @ 18:00 – 20:00

one step for biDet pan-europeiske borgerlønnsnettverket Universal Basic Income Europe (UBIE), som ble etablert i Brussel den 8. april 2014, arrangerer i perioden 14.-21. september 2015 den 8-ende internasjonale borgerlønnsuken og har invitert borgerlønnsgrupper og aktivister rundt om i verden til å ta del.

Årets borgerlønnsuke har borgerlønn som et mulig “sikkerhetsnett” som ikke utelukker noen.

I en verden hvor arbeid er karakterisert av økende prekariat, som vil si en eksistens uten forutsigbarhet eller sikkerhet, reduserer borgerlønnen frykten som gjør menneskene i stand til å hate hverandre og være voldelige mot hverandre, samtidig som den igangsetter økonomisk vekst hvor det trengs mest og skaper vei for reduksjon der hvor det er nødvendig.

Borgerlønn gjør et økologisk bærekraftig samfunn mulig og garanterer dermed livet på jorda i fremtiden.

https://www.facebook.com/events/421208298066517

Som en del av internasjonale borgerlønnsuken vil vi i Norge avholde møtet “Innfør borgerlønn: Lik lønn til alle, uansett yrke og uansett om man er i arbeid eller ikke” under Protestfestivalen i Kristiansand, som i år blir avholdt mellom 13.-19. september, samtidig som vi i Oslo skal avholde møtet “Borgerlønn og “Frihet, likhet og brorskap” – finnes det en sammenheng?”

Borgerlønn og “Frihet, likhet og brorskap” – finnes det en sammenheng?

Den franske revolusjon (fransk Révolution française, 1789–1799), tidvis også framhevet som “Den store revolusjonen” (La Grande Révolution), var en periode med radikale, sosiale, politiske og økonomiske omveltninger i Frankrike som fikk ringvirkninger for hele Europa.

Gamle ideer om tradisjon og hierarki – om monarki, aristokrati, og kirkens autoritet – ble brått veltet overende av prinsipper og idealer fra opplysningstiden: Liberté, égalité, fraternité – “Frihet, likhet, brorskap”.

Revolusjonens idealer om menneskerettigheter, enkeltindividets ukrenkelighet og demokratisk styring som grunnleggende prinsipper for ethvert sunt samfunn, har preget Vestens utvikling frem til i dag.

Vi befinner oss i en sosiokulturell, økonomisk og økologisk krise. Vi må derfor tenke grunnleggende nytt om vårt økonomiske system og våre økonomiske begreper, samt hvilke mål vi skal sette oss og hvilke midler vi vil benytte oss av. Det er vår generasjon som må ta valget for hvor neste skritt skal føres.

Borgerlønn er betegnelse på en økonomisk ytelse til alle innbyggere i et samfunn, en ubetinget og universell grunninntekt som utbetales uavhengig av sosial status og som er høy nok til at de som mottar den kan leve et liv i verdighet og mulighet for å delta i samfunnet. Den skal være upåvirket av andre inntekter.

Motivasjonen for å innføre borgerlønn kan for eksempel være et ønske om at ingen skal sulte eller fryse, men at alle samfunnsborgere uten hensyn til hvordan de velger å leve sitt liv skal være garantert et økonomisk eksistensminimum. Dette som en slags medfødt rett, en menneskerettighet.

Det vi trenger er å transformere dagens monetære system over til et bærekraftig grønt system. Samtidig er det stadig flere som løfter opp borgerlønn, som et mulig svar på den nåværende krisen. La oss derfor ta en kikk på om det finnes en sammenheng mellom borgerlønn og parolen “Frihet, likhet og brorskap”.

Sep
19
Sat
Basic Income Family Picknick in The Park – Budapest – 19 sept. 2015 @ A Városligeti
Sep 19 @ 13:00 – 18:00

hu-picknick2015. szeptember 19.-én 13h-tól 18h-ig a Városligetbe vár mindenkit az FNA-Mozgalom!
Esemény: https://www.facebook.com/events/620697668033904

A 8. Nemzetközi Feltétel Nélküli Alapjövedelem (FNA) Hét
https://www.facebook.com/events/421208298066517/
keretében az egyik magyarországi eseményként kerül megrendezésre az FNA-Mozgalom nevében, melyre MINDENKIT SZERETETTEL VÁRUNK.
Tavaly szeptember 20.-án tartottunk a civil, informális Mozgalom jegyében rendezvényt, akkor is a Nemzetközi hét apropóján. Idén több aktivista bekapcsolódott a szervezésbe, így reményeink szerint tartalmasabb és főként érdekesebb programmal várhatunk benneteket, melyben a gyerekekre is gondoltunk:

13h -eseménymegnyitó

Folyamatos programok, amikre 13h-tól 17h-ig bármikor bekapcsolódhatsz:
– Kvíz játék (kérdések-válaszok külön gyerekeknek is)
– Gyereksarok (szolidaritási játékok)
– Flash mob (közös éneklés)
– Beszélgess velünk az FNA-ról (beszélgetősarok)
– Mikrofonpróba (amennyiben a kihangosítást sikerül megoldanunk, bárki jelentkezhet, max 5 perces “előadásra”)

17.30- a játékok eredményhirdetése

A program még változhat a csatlakozó civil szervezők(önkéntes aktivisták), illetve szervezetek jóvoltából. 😉

Felkérésünk szervezeteknek:
Várjuk más (formális vagy informális) szervezetek bekapcsolódását is akár szervezőként (programokkal), akár résztvevőként (képviseltetve magukat), hogy a majális hangulat biztosítva lehessen. Járuljatok hozzá, hogy egy tényleg emlékezetes szabadidős délutánt, érdekes és tartalmas családi-pikniket találjanak a Városligetbe látogatók. Kérjük, a szervezetek részvételüket jelezzék a Mozgalom Facebook oldalán üzenetben.

OSZD MEG, és hívd meg ismerőseidet is!

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 [email protected]

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

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